Within Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, the undergraduate Psychology program offers two majors (A.B. and B.S.) and a minor in Psychology. The degrees are designed to ensure both breadth and depth in Psychology, from neural underpinnings of thought and action to societal influences on behavior. A degree in psychology will help students become well rounded and educated citizens, who are prepared to interpret data and arguments. Psychology is excellent preparation for nearly any career in which an understanding of human behavior is important; majors go on to careers in law, medicine, education, policy, government, and academia, among others. Have a question or need to speak with someone? Email the Psychology Undergraduate Studies staff at psychologyDUS@duke.edu or drop by 242 Sociology Psychology. For questions about the Neuroscience Major and Minor, email Cindy Clements at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Timothy Strauman and Angela Vieth from Duke’s Department of Psychology and Neuroscience (P&N) have just published two companion volumes outlining... read more »