Psychological and Social Sciences

The Psychological and Social Sciences major is a multidisciplinary degree program for students interested in understanding human behavior, group dynamics, and the influence of culture and the media on individuals’ actions.


Students take courses in a number of disciplines including Psychology (including Educational Psychology), Sociology, Anthropology, and Human Development and Family Studies.


An internship required for all students emphasizes the application of classroom knowledge to real-world settings.


The Bachelor of Arts degree provides students with a broad foundation in social and psychological theory.


The Bachelor of Science degree offers an additional emphasis on research and requires students to complete a senior thesis.


The Social Sciences Lab offers students the opportunity to partner with faculty doing cutting edge research in their fields. 

Dr. Manohar  Singh
Dr. Manohar Singh
Division Head, Social Sciences

The PSS program sponsors a local Chapter of PSI CHI, National Honor Society in Psychology.

interested in PSS internship?

Contact Nelson Wax