The Department of Psychology offers courses covering the full spectrum of topics in this fascinating, intriguing, and multifaceted domain of study. Students can choose among courses exploring psychological processes in both healthy and clinical populations, including the development, application, and neural bases of these functions. Upper year courses present opportunities to learn about psychopharmacology, conservation psychology, forensic applications of psychological research, memory and human reasoning, perception, child and adolescent development, and clinical psychology, to name just a few. Courses are offered in both traditional face-to-face lecture format as well as via televised and distance education offerings. Day-time, evening, and spring/summer offerings ensure our courses are accessible to as many students as possible.

For a list of our offerings, see the 'Course Descriptions' link on the left-hand menu. For current scheduling, click 'Timetable'.