Department of Psychology
During these difficult times, the faculty and staff in the Department of Psychology want you to know that we are still here to serve you. While we might not be in our offices every day, we are still available to assist you. Click here to contact your advisor. If you have any additional questions, please contact the Department of Psychology by email at email@example.com or by phone at (334) 604-9128.
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Welcome to the Department of Psychology!
Thank you for visiting the ASU Department of Psychology. The Department of Psychology offers a bachelor of science in psychology, minor in psychology, and support courses for a variety of disciplines related to the field of psychology. The undergraduate psychology program at Alabama State University offers students a rigorous core of required courses, a broad selection of speciality courses, opportunities for networking and participating in community service activities, and a variety of research opportunities. We recognise that psychology majors have varied career aspirations, and our goal is to provide each student with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in his/her chosen career pathway. Our students go on to pursue careers in psychology, education, social work, military, business, counselling, developmental disabilities and so much more. Not sure if psychology is the right field for you? Click here to learn more about the field of psychology.
Department of Psychology Mission Statement
The mission of the Department of Psychology is to provide students with the foundational knowledge, skills, and dispositions to be successful in their professional pursuits. Students will achieve high levels of scholarship, develop excellent critical thinking skills, and commit to a lifetime of learning and community service. The Bachelor of Science degree program in Psychology will provide students the requisite education and experiences for entry level employment in the field and for graduate and professional studies. The program recognizes and supports the mission of the American Psychological Association (APA) which is "to advance the creation, communication, and application of psychological knowledge to benefit society and improve people's lives" (APA, 2008).
Learn In a Flexible Environment
We understand that ASU students come from all walks of life. While we understand that our students are highly dedicated to their academic pursuits, we also recognise that many of our students have other obligations that prevent them from enrolling in traditional classes. Work, family obligations and other life events may make earning your degree in psychology seem unrealistic. Don't worry, the Department of Psychology has you covered. All of our classes are offered in both face-to-face and online formats. You can choose which format works best for you for each class you take. When you cannot come to us, we will come to you! All of our online courses offer flexible submission dates for assignments so that you can complete your work at times that are best for you. Don't let the demands of daily life keep you from the career of your dreams. The Department of Psychology is here to serve you!
Get the Support You Need
From small class sizes to curricula tailored to your goals, the Department of Psychology is dedicated to student success. Students are exposed to the fundamental content of the the field of psychology through hands-on, in-class and out-of-class learning experiences including internships and supervised research opportunities. Our goal is to assist students in developing the skills needed to succeed in the field of psychology. To accomplish this, each student is assigned to a psychology faculty member for academic and career advisement. Learn more about your advisor by clicking here.
Come Visit Us
The Department of Psychology is located on the fourth floor of Abernathy Hall. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like more information about the Department of Psychology. Our office is staffed with friendly professionals who are here to help.
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Psychology Faculty & Staff
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|Psi Chi Honors Society|
Psychology Courses & Course Descriptions
|The Journal of Undergraduate
Ethnic Minority Research (JUEMP)
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