Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. -taken from the Psi Chi Handbook
Alumni from our department have gone to numerous different things with their degrees. Listed below are just some of the many alumni that have gone on to do great things. If you would like to get more information on a certain alumni or if you are an alumni who would like to give your information please contact the psychology department.
Nick Del Grosso ’10
Getting his Phd in Neuroscience at the Max Plank Institute in Germany. Received a highly competitive NSF scholarship to conduct his research. Works at a researcher in for his institute.
The minimum requirements for a psychology minor are 20 semester hours in psychology, which include, as required courses, at least eight semester hours of the Proseminars, Psychology 110-160; the remaining 12 semester hours are to be selected in consultation with the minor adviser. Psychology 100 cannot be used to satisfy the requirements for a minor in psychology. The student must also complete a statistics course: Psychology 107, Management 210, or Mathematics 127.