Department Chair: Susan Cross
The Department of Psychology may prepare students with a liberal study, or for work in academia or professional education for law or health-services. Graduates will be able to apply the scientific method to human behavior and mental processes, as well as have ample knowledge of psychological theory and method.
The Department of Psychology was formed in 1923 as the result of the division of the Department of Psychology and History.
Dates of Existence
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (parent college)
- Department of Psychology and History (predecessor)