Upon completion of the Psychology curriculum, undergraduate students are expected to be able to:
- Describe overarching key concepts, principles, and themes in psychology, with an emphasis on a bio-psycho-social-cultural model of behavior
- Demonstrate a working knowledge of psychology's content domains and methods
- Interpret, design, and conduct basic psychological research
- Demonstrate psychology information literacy by integrating data from a variety of sources
- Demonstrate clear and effective writing and presentation skills
- Apply ethical standards to evaluate psychological science and practices
- Utilize psychological principles and scientific inquiry to understand historical and contemporary social problems and social justice issues.