Home of the Psychology Program
UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR requires curiosity, the capacity for self-reflection, and a basic grasp of the tools of quantitative and qualitative research. It calls for an appreciation of biology and evolutionary theory as well as an analysis of the complex environmental factors facing modern humans. The perspectives of other disciplines such as anthropology, economics, and history are also important to any understanding of individuals in society. The GMC Psychology Program is structured to provide a strong grounding in contemporary psychological theory and practice, while at the same time, permitting ample exploration of these other important contributing disciplines.
Majors & Minors
Master both classical and contemporary theories in psychology and be acquainted with original research in the topic area of all courses.
Develop expertise in the design of research proposals and projects.
Utilize empirical literature to support their written arguments.
Design and conduct original research projects.
Find opportunities for practical applications of students' learning.