See Program Requirements Our Psychology Program provides you with a strong grounding in the science of mental processes and human behavior, while allowing you to sharpen your skills through one of two capstone experiences–a practicum or an advanced research project. All Psychology majors complete six foundation courses, seven additional courses selected from two specified sets, and the senior capstone experience. Individuals seeking certain mental health positions in the State of Maine may need to complete the Mental Health Rehabilitation Technician II Certification. Psychology students admitted prior to 2001 may elect to complete either the B.A. in Behavioral Science, Psychology Concentration, or the B.A. in Psychology. Psychology students who matriculate in 2001 or later will pursue the Psychology degree.

  • Travel and experience

    Travel and experience

    Our Psychology students get the opportunity to travel to professional conferences, like the New England Psychological Association conference, gaining valuable experience on how to give presentations in a professional setting.

  • Prep for grad school

    Prep for grad school

    Many of our majors go on to graduate school so be sure to ask us about our graduate track.

  • Advance your own research

    Advance your own research

    You have the option to conduct Advanced Research where you design and execute a research protocol, and you might even have the opportunity to co-author a professional published paper.

  • Join OOPS

    Join OOPS

    Our Organization of Psychology Students provides you with a group of like-minded peers who want to explore the field of Psychology and learn about career options.

Program Requirements