The psychology undergraduate program offers students the opportunity to pursue a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree in psychology. Students completing a major in psychology will complete 36 credit hours within the major, including psychological research methods, statistics, developmental psychology, and history of psychology, and at least one course in each of the following areas: social psychology, personality, learning and cognitive processes, and psychobiological. Students completing a B.S. in psychology will also complete a research project in psychology and a science minor. For both degrees, our psychology program and faculty emphasize the science of psychology and provide a strong background in research and statistics. Across courses, the faculty encourages students to think critically about material and to apply concepts learned in the classroom to understanding everyday life experiences.