Our supportive and close-knit academic environment fosters a connection between faculty and students. Undergraduates will have the chance to conduct original research which may be presented at local, regional and national conferences. Other opportunities in the applied psychology major include independent study or clinical and counseling internships. The major is also an excellent preparation for graduate study in a variety of areas including psychology, business, education, social work and law.
Our program prepares you to become a critical thinker, problem solver and an effective communicator who understands the science and applications of applied psychology. Students apply their learned skill set in fields such as behavioral instruction, business management, counseling, family services, health care, human services, personnel and social service.