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How do we make decisions? What motivates us? Why do certain smells evoke good memories? How do children learn? Why do we experience nostalgia? Grief? Prejudice and discrimination? If you like to ask yourself these questions, you’re thinking like a psychologist.
As a psychology major, you’ll explore all things about the brain and our behaviors. You’ll ask yourself big questions, delve into research and begin to understand the growing literature concerning our emotional, cognitive, and social lives. You’ll work alongside faculty who are both practitioners and scholars. You’ll participate in seminars with respected researchers in varying psychological fields. You may even have the opportunity to complete your own original research that is presented at a regional or national conference. You’ll also have the opportunity to participate in a year-long internship that will help you explore your interests. The rigor of your curriculum will make you a competitive applicant for various graduate programs across the country. If you want to investigate the behaviors and experiences that help make us human, you’ll love the offerings of the psychology program.
"Le Moyne was the greatest college experience I could have ever hoped for."
"As a psychology major at Le Moyne I was able to tailor my degree."
My favorite thing about being a psychology major was...
Our goal is for students to develop a solid understanding of the theoretical and empirical aspects of Psychology. This understanding will prepare students for the future, regardless of whether the future entails immediate employment or entry into a graduate school program. Our students are trained to write as professional psychologists and to apply the ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association (APA). Le Moyne Psychology graduates have held jobs in such fields as:
Major Degree Progams
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Psychology
B.S. with Teacher Certification and Concentration in Child Education
B.A. Dual Major in Psychology and Theatre
Other Special Opportunities:
B.S. to M.S. Occupational Therapy Advising Path
4+2 Direct Entry B.S. Psychology/M.S. Occupational Therapy
3+3 B.A. Psychology/Law School
Learn More in our Academic Catalog
Resources for Students
APA Dictionary of Psychology
Dr. Theresa L. White
Reilly Hall 224Department of PsychologyLe Moyne College1419 Salt Springs RoadSyracuse, NY 13214
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