Our Psychology major provides a solid grounding in research and writing, along with personal mentoring through research opportunities in faculty laboratories. Relevant to every field, it prepares you for a wide range of careers—in clinical psychology, business, education, law, and policy-related research positions. If you’re interested in social relationships, mental disorders, child development, the relationship between humans and animals, criminality, or any of the many other ways in which humans behave and interact, one of our Psychology degrees may be a good fit for you.
Our Neuroscience program provides a tremendous depth of understanding of the field, from cellular and molecular bases of nervous system function to a systems-level approach to the study of brain-behavior relationships. If you aspire to pursue a career in medicine or veterinary medicine, hope to pursue post-graduate training, or want to obtain a research position in the life sciences, you might consider a degree in Neuroscience.