E&H psychology students gain valuable experience by working in the community side-by-side with professionals in the field, applying their knowledge in hands-on lab courses (50% of our courses have a laboratory component), and study abroad. Visit the department’s Resources & Opportunities webpage to learn more about internships, undergraduate research, lab and applied learning, and the psychology honor’s society.
The Psychology Department offers a dynamic study abroad course in Cross-Cultural Psychology that takes students to the Czech Republic and Poland each May to examine social psychological and other factors related to genocide with a specific focus on the Holocaust.
Psychology internships can be crafted to fit a student’s individual career goals. Employers and graduate schools actively seek students who have such professional experience!
Visit the E&H Internship Program webpage to access detailed information about how to pursue an internship for academic credit.