Professor Stein, Chairperson; Professors Cupp, Terneus, Zagumny; Associate Professors Foster, Wilcox; Assistant Professors Burgin, Dolzycki, Dukewich, Loftis, Luke, Malone, Michael; Lecturers Edwards, Hensley
The Department of Counseling and Psychology offers the program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Psychology, psychological foundations courses for teacher education, and graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts and Specialist in Education degree in Educational Psychology and Counselor Education.
The psychology program is a joint undertaking of the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education. It satisfies the graduation requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences and leads to the Bachelor of Science degree from that College. Consult the College of Arts and Sciences general requirements for a baccalaureate degree. Academic advisement of freshman and sophomore students is handled by the Student Success Center in the College of Arts and Sciences. Academic advisement of junior and senior level students is handled by faculty in the department.
Bachelor of Science