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Psychology

Welcome to the Psychology Department!

The faculty and staff of the Psychology Department welcome you to our website. We will provide you with timely and useful information about our course offerings, registration information for the coming semester, programs of study, our achievements, and the field of psychology.

The department offers an undergraduate program in Psychology that leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. At the graduate level, a PsyD degree (Doctor of Psychology) is offered in the field of clinical psychology. Our doctoral program’s “Full Disclosure” data is available with one click!

Psychology Department Sign

At the undergraduate level, students gain an understanding of the methods and findings that characterize psychology as the science of behavior and mental processes. An honors track and programs leading to a minor in Psychology provide students with opportunities to develop skills and knowledge in the field of psychology that best suit diverse needs and aspirations.

Academic advising for freshman students is conducted in the Academic Development Center, while other students should see their advisor. Students can find who their advisor is by checking MyIUP.

Tutoring is available for PSYC 101 (General Psychology) and PSYC 290 (Research Design and Analysis I). 

The department offers a range of practicum experiences to help students gain experience, clarify interests, and apply knowledge. IUP’s chapter of Psi Chi, the honor society for psychology, provides recognition and opportunities for eligible students. You can get some forms you need through the dean’s office, and forms related to your major are also available on this website.

Hawks Talk

Meet Psychology students Rachel Snyder and Chloe DePaola, Honors Track student Jessica Hoover, Clinical Psychology doctoral student Cynthia Aguilar, and professor Beverly Goodwin in these video interviews.

Center for Applied Psychology
The Center for Applied Psychology (CAP) is a training clinic that provides assessment, psychotherapy, consultation, education, and research. The CAP currently houses four clinics, each staffed by IUP faculty members—who are licensed psychologists—and by doctoral students.
Research Recruitment
Psychology researchers are recruiting parents to participate in a new study about child development More information
Hot Topics
Check here for the latest news from the world of psychology and the social sciences!
Forms
Some frequently used forms and applications are available on the Natural Sciences and Mathematics website.
Faculty and Staff
The Psychology faculty includes 25 full-time members. The faculty members are highly qualified and committed educators and productive scholars, and there are a wide variety of ongoing research and service programs associated with the department. You can see recent scholarly work from the department on our department’s research pages.
 
  • Psychology Department
  • Uhler Hall, Room 101
    1020 Oakland Avenue
    Indiana, PA 15705
  • Phone: 724-357-2426
  • Fax: 724-357-2214
  • Office Hours
  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.