The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences celebrates our graduating seniors! We congratulate you and wish you well as you move into the next phase of your life. Since we can't be with you all in person, please watch this short video from our faculty and staff.
COVID-19 research + instruction information
If you have ideas, questions, or concerns about conducting research and instruction safely during COVID-19, you can communicate with our department anonymously. Please note that under the new policy UA-21, failure to comply with the health and safety guidance and directions adopted by the university to combat the spread of COVID-19 constitute an act of “serious personal and professional misconduct.”
An interconnected hub for science
Our department maintains strong interdisciplinary connections to the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, and medical sciences. We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree options, including certificate programs.
Award-winning researchers + teachers
Our faculty are recognized nationally and internationally for their contributions to scientific advances through state-of-the-art experimentation and theory. They are dedicated teachers and researchers who embrace innovative approaches in their classrooms and their labs.
Gain skills employers want
We provide opportunities for students to develop marketable skills inside and outside of the classroom. Our students participate in research, service-learning, practicums, teaching assistantships, and more. These experiences, complemented by a broad liberal arts education, prepare students for a variety of careers.
Supporting our community
We teach our students to serve society and the public good, both globally and in our local communities. Our department supports two research and training clinics that provide a range of psychological services to our community. We also offer a variety of K-12 outreach programs.