You will find information about our programs, a listing of courses, awards psychology students can apply for, and information about student groups for psychology students. You'll be able to download forms you may need and find out who to contact if you have questions about the undergraduate program (please complete our "request for advising" form). If you are a student in PSYCO 104 or 105, you'll be able to find information and access the research participation component of your class from here.
When you complete a degree in an area such as Engineering, Education, or Nursing you have the credentials to be hired in that field. An undergraduate degree in Psychology does not allow you to enter the work force as a psychologist - that requires further training beyond an undergraduate degree. About 90% of the people who graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology do not go on to graduate school (Master's and Doctorate level studies). So what can you do with an undergraduate degree in Psychology? Understanding how people think and react can be useful in everything from business, management and education to the public sector service, sales and marketing. In addition, you develop strong research and teamworking skills, presentation and communication skills, and skills in problem-solving, critical thinking and analysis. A degree in Psychology is a springboard for many career paths including: