The Psychological Sciences major is a 4-year undergraduate degree program that can be completed at UConn Waterbury. Psychological Sciences is the home of research and teaching about the brain, mind, and behavior--exploring topics ranging from social relationships to neuroscience. By studying psychological sciences, students learn about human behavior, cognitive processes, and social interactions. They also develop the critical thinking and data analysis skills needed to thrive in today’s job market.
The program is designed to prepare students for advanced work and professions in psychology and related areas. Students explore the many exciting subfields within psychology and dive into specific topics that interest them most. Students also have the flexibility to explore their interests, engage in field experience opportunities, and to take advantage of opportunities at a Research I university.