The field of psychology gives you a lot to think about. If you've ever wondered why people do what they do, you may be ready to dig into the "whys", "hows", and "what ifs" of emotion, thought, and behavior. Psychology aims to explain how personal, social, physiological, and environmental conditions influence thoughts and actions.
Students of psychology can choose to study general psychology which includes courses from all the major psychology fields. Or, you can choose an emphasis:
Studying psychology at UW-Green Bay means you'll have a unique experience.
Your teachers and mentors will be the same folks who win national, state, and university teaching awards, write books, and conduct ground-breaking research. And their doors are always open for you; they truly care about your success.
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UW-Green Bay psychology grads go on to meaningful and impressive careers in business, research, government, higher education, and social/community service organizations. A sample of out students’ first jobs out of college for the last two years:
Many of our students also go on to prestigious graduate and professional schools to pursue careers as counselors, clinical psychologists, psychology researchers, and professors.
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Psychology is the systematic and scientific study of behavior and experience. It seeks to explain how physiological, personal, social, and environmental conditions influence thought and action. Research with humans aims to understand, predict, and influence behavior.
A strong grasp of psychology requires knowledge of the approach and content of each of its sub-areas. Students gain this understanding by completing courses in the four main cores: Physiological/Cognitive, Social/Personality, Developmental, and Clinical. They choose additional courses to meet individual needs with the help of a psychology adviser. Furthermore, students who major in psychology learn to evaluate research articles and to design, conduct and report experiments.