Explore Human Behavior
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Traditional therapy practices or non-traditional therapies
What’s the Difference at DWU?
- Develop grounded skills like scientific research methods, evaluation of research, critical thinking and higher-level writing for graduate program applications.
- Expand your experiences as a member of Psychology Club, Psi Chi and the American Psychology Association.
- Put your education into practice with an internship.
- Pair with Mitchell Technical College’s associate degree in Human Services for a 2+2 experience.
Take classes that relate to your areas of interest in our comprehensive, diverse curriculum.
MTH 200 Statistical Methods I
PSY 131 General Psychology
PSY 202 History of Psychology
PSY 237 Developmental Psychology
PSY 333 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 381 Psychology Of Personality
PSY 435 Experimental Psychology
PSY 443 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 482 Senior Thesis
SOC 332 Social Psychology
Get to Know Your Professors
Our low student-to-faculty ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with our professors.
Anne Kelly, Ph.D.
Randy Sprung, M.S.
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Intern or Shadow
When you embark upon an internship, you put your education into practice with the support of faculty behind you. Talk to your adviser about internship or shadowing options.
Join Psychology Club, Psi Chi and the American Psychological Association with the help of your professors. Connect with professionals through these prestigious organizations.
Psychology as a Minor
Explore and expand your base of academic and professional preparation by pairing a psychology minor with a major like business or criminal justice. Your adviser can show you how to put it all together.
Related Majors & Minors
Discover ways to use your talents for law, law enforcement, juvenile support, corrections, court reporting or many other ways that are a part of the United States legal system.