Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Producing graduates who can demonstrate a knowledge base in psychology that includes key concepts, theories, findings and trends.
  2. Producing graduates who can demonstrate an understanding of research methods in psychology, including how to design studies and analyze and interpret data.
  3. Producing graduates who can demonstrate the use of critical thinking skills, especially in application of critical thinking to psychological issues.
  4. Producing graduates who can demonstrate the ability and predisposition to apply psychology to relevant personal and social issues.
  5. Producing graduates who can demonstrate an understanding of psychology’s values, including but not limited to gaining comfort with ambiguity, considering evidence, and adhering to ethical principles in teaching, research, and practice.
  6. Producing graduates who can demonstrate the use of technology to evaluate the quality and credibility of information obtained from a variety of sources.
  7. Producing graduates who can demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in writing using APA format, in presenting, and interpersonally.
  8. Producing graduates who can demonstrate an awareness of and sensitivity to multicultural issues.
  9. Producing graduates who can demonstrate the ability to use psychology to improve one’s self.
  10. Producing graduates who can demonstrate how to develop a realistic plan for how psychology will inform one’s future career plans.

Please select from the various Psychology programs below to display the full course line-up.

Psychology

Drug and Alcohol Counseling (Minor)

Psychology (Minor)