Welcome to the Psychology Department. Our department is housed mainly in Conant Hall, with additional offices in Nesmith Hall, and research labs located in Brook Way and Huddleston Hall. We have 20 full-time, tenured or tenure-track faculty members as well as ten teaching or research faculty members. Our department is also home to over 700 undergraduates, as well as 28 graduate students.
Psychology Graduation Reception
Wednesday, May 8th, 10am-12 noon, Conant 101
11am: Short program with Dean Kirkpatrick and Interim Chair, Professor Brett Gibson
Important Registration Information click here
Capstone Guidelines for Psychology Majors Click here for more information.
If you follow the Discovery Program Curriculum, you must complete a capstone experience during your senior year.
Monday, March 25: Summer Registration begins
Month of April: Registration
Monday, May 6th: Last day of classes
Saturday, May 18th: Commencement
PSYC 401- Introduction to Psychology: 5/20-6/21 e-course
PSYC 402 - Psychology Statistics: 5/20-6/21 e-course
PSYC 513 - Cognition: 5/20-6/21 ecourse (fulfills a group I 500)
PSYC 591 - Forensic Psychology: 5/20-6/21 e-course
This course focuses on the relationship between applied psychology and the criminal justice system. There are two primary areas of focus: 1) The role that psychologists play as consultants in criminal trial proceedings including topics such as the insanity defense and competency evaluation; 2) An examination of the psychology of criminal behavior including such topics as criminal profiling, psychopathy, and the psychology of serial crime.
Please visit our links at the right for information about our programs. Should you need additional information, do not hesitate to contact us.