Our Neuroscience program provides a tremendous depth of understanding of the field, from cellular and molecular bases of nervous system function to a systems-level approach to the study of brain-behavior relationships. If you aspire to pursue a career in medicine or veterinary medicine, hope to pursue post-graduate training, or want to obtain a research position in the life sciences, you might consider a degree in Neuroscience.
Companies are increasingly looking for employees with a background in psychology for a variety of jobs because these organizations recognize the need to understand human behavior, whether it be employee behavior or consumer behavior. Our Organizational and Business Psychology program provides an in-depth understanding of psychological concepts that will help you build better products, services, systems, and organizations in your career. If you’re interested in applying psychological scientific principles to address issues related to the workplace, system design, or consumer decision-making, you should consider a degree in Organizational and Business Psychology.
Personal, meaningful motivations may have driven you to want to help others. Clinical psychological science will help you to apply these motivations in the most evidence-based way, so that you can be accountable to the people that you want to help. Moreover, you may have become aware that our clinical applications could benefit from scientific and technological innovations, such that they become more effective for more people. We want to foster your skills to improve these ways to “move the needle” and make a public health impact. If you want to understand the many ways to contribute to bridging science and practice, consider our Clinical Psychological Science degree.