The Department of Psychological Sciences offers a Bachelor of Science with a major in Psychology, a Pre-Medicine Track, a minor in psychology, and a minor in interdisciplinary neuroscience. We also offer three Master of Science degrees in three different concentrations: Clinical, General Experimental, and Applied Experimental Psychology. See our full course listing.
Psychology is one of the largest and most popular majors at AU and across the nation. Our alumni go into a wide variety of fields such as human resources, business, nursing, medical school, counseling, advertising, and research—just to name a few! Students who choose to get a graduate degree in psychology have further career options such as being a licensed therapist, academician, school counselor, statisticians, behavior analysis, genetic counselors, or sports psychologists.
We asked our graduates about their favorite part of the program. This is what they had to say.
The program provided me excellent support as a student and budding professional. I improved critical thinking and research design skills with my mentors and cohort’s help.
My favorite aspect was faculty’s unwavering support and expectations encouraged me to produce the best research possible. I truly appreciate their knowledge and diligence.
The rigor of the program prepared me immensely at the doctoral level. It also provided me with key mentors and colleagues who have encouraged me along my journey.
The program gave me with the opportunity to become a well-rounded clinician. I was able to get fundamental hands-on experience in assessment, therapy, and research.
Psychological Sciences is one of the largest and most popular majors at Augusta University and across the nation.
Our classes foster the understanding of human behavior, principles of development, cognition, social psychology, biological psychology and more.