Students in Psychology
Current psych majors are doing some very amazing things! Check out the most recent Student Spotlight to see what just one student has accomplished as an ISU Psych major.
- Do video games teach people to be aggressive?
- How can eyewitness accuracy be improved?
- Why do people make false confessions?
- How do you learn a new language?
- What do brainwaves tell us about thinking and feeling?
Intrigued? Psychology addresses all of the above and each of these questions is being scientifically investigated in our department. Such research is particularly important in today's world where technological progress seems to have out-distanced knowledge of human behavior. Psychology majors can serve as research assistants to help faculty determine the answers.
Undergraduate Curriculum in Psychology
Following the recommendations of the American Psychological Association, the undergraduate curriculum is designed to ensure that students earning a bachelor's degree in psychology will have achieved these learning goals: Learning Goals for the Psychology Major at ISU
Opportunities in Psychology
Careers in Psychology
"What can I do with a psych degree?" is a common question. Check out the Post-ISU Planning page to learn more about careers and preparation for Graduate School.
Undergrad Advising Contacts in Psychology
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by W022 Lagomarcino Hall.