Welcome to the Psychology Department at Marshall University!
Psychology is the scientific study of human cognition, affect, behavior, and relationships. Psychologists seek to understand, predict and influence behavior in a variety of ways, including through research, education, counseling, and psychotherapy. Our department, located in Harris Hall on Marshall University’s robust and historic main campus, offers a variety of options to help you become exactly the kind of psychologist you want to be.
Our offerings include an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with additional opportunities for Clinical and Statistics certificates.
Interested in taking your education beyond undergrad? Great! We offer the following graduate-level opportunities:
Master of Arts: Clinical Psychology, General Psychology, and School Psychology
Doctorate and Post-Master’s: Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) and Education Specialist (Ed.S.)
We’d love to have you! Click the Programs tab at the top of this page to review more detailed requirements for each program, or the Advising tab to view our tracks which can guide you in selecting the courses that match your needs. Feel free to contact any of the faculty listed below with questions, and be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates and additional resources.