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The Psychology Newsletter for Spring 2013 (.PDF, 690 KB) covers updates for the Science IV and V Buildings, profiles some of our faculty and alumni (both Graduate & Undergraduate), and highlights our Honors students and awards winners from 2012.

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Binghamton University Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Program in Psychology

Our department offers a bachelor's degree with flexible requirements that allow you to develop a course of study that reflects your interests and abilities. Our graduates are well prepared to enter the workforce in a variety of careers or pursue advanced studies.

The program provides students with a solid experimental background – an essential foundation for further postgraduate study and training in all areas of psychology and related fields. Our undergraduate students have the opportunity to become involved in ongoing research with faculty and are strongly encouraged to do so.

We also offer an undergraduate psychology major track in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) that prepares students interested in children's services for graduate school and careers in human services, specifically clinical psychology, education and speech, research and public policy.

For more information

See the Psychology, B.A. or Applied Behavior Analysis tabs for more information about major requirements.

Want to know what the walk-in office hours are for today? Need degree planning materials or more information about transferring courses? Select the advising tab for these and any other of your advising needs.

For information about careers in psychology and graduate school resources go to our Beyond Binghamton page.

If you still have questions or concerns we encourage you to seek assistance from the academic advisor (ugpsyc@binghamton.edu).

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Last Updated: 3/14/13