Here are some of the many questions that frequently face students or prospective students of Psychology. These do not include all questions, and you should contact the Psychology Department if you continue to have questions.

Where can I get forms that I need?

For undergraduate psychology majors and minors, check out For Current and Prospective Students for some important forms you can download. Other forms are available (in person) through the office of the Department of Psychology or the office of the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services.

Where can I find registration information?

The department maintains up-to-date registration information on the Current and Prospective Students part of the Psychology Department page.

Can a person get a job with a degree in psychology?

Yes! Check out our information for current and prospective students for more information on how to find the right path for you.

What is the Psychology Practicum?

The "Psychology Practicum" is the name of the department's internship for undergraduate students. This is a course for which students receive academic credit while acquiring hands-on experience in psychology by working within a variety of community agencies, institutions, businesses, and industrial settings. Check out our practicum web page for complete information.

Who is allowed to apply for an undergraduate practicum in psychology?

The practicum web page has complete and up-to-date information about all aspects of the practicum experience. This information includes eligibility requirements, application information, and important academic information about the practicum.