UPAS is closed for the term and does not operate during Summer and will return for advising in Fall 2014.
Faculty DO NOT advise during finals.
The last day to seek advising from Psychology Faculty is Monday, April 21st.
If you require advising assistance after April 21st, please see an academic advisor at the Francine Parker Advising Center in 120 Student Center (734-487-4607).
Faculty will return for limited advising hours when Summer classes begin.
Wait lists have been established for PSY 205 & PSY 301W. Further details about wait lists can be found here. Please DO NOT contact an instructor about an override for PSY 205 or 301W.
Psychology, as a discipline, is concerned with the experience, behavior, needs, desires and potential of human beings. It is basic to self-development, and to career fields and life pursuits that involve other human beings.
Objectives of the department are to provide a general and in-depth survey of the fields of the science of psychology for students interested in diversified career fields; to prepare undergraduate students to pursue graduate studies in order to enter one of the several professional career areas for which the major is required: clinical psychology, industrial psychology, school psychology, teaching and research in psychology, for example; and to help students who are interested in self-development obtain current and sound approaches to problems of topical interest.
Graduate study leads to a master’s degree in psychology with programs in general psychology, clinical psychology, clinical behavioral psychology and to the Ph.D. in clinical psychology. These programs are described in the graduate catalog.