Undergraduate Program Overview


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The Psychology Department's undergraduate program offers excellent training in understanding human behavior and statistical and research methods. Students pursing a major in psychology at OSU can opt for a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BS), which can be paired with options in Pre-Med (BS), Pre-Law (BA), Pre-Occupational Therapy (BS), Pre-Physical Therapy (BS), or Business Essentials (BA). In addition, we are home to minors in Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience.

Psychology is a popular major in the College of Arts and Sciences. To enhance and apply classroom experience, the Psychology Department strongly encourages students to participate in academic opportunities such as becoming a teaching and/or research assistant for a faculty member, participating in colloquia. The department also encourages students get involved in our department students clubs: ABPsi, Psychology Club, and the honor society in psychology, Psi Chi.

Three academic advisors within the department assist students in reaching their academic goals while at OSU. Prospective students should feel free to reach out to any one of our advisors.

Silvia Daggy
Sr. Academic Advisor II
102 A Psychology Building
phone: 405-744-5543
email: silvia.daggy@okstate.edu

Kevin Seymore
Sr. Academic Advisor II
102 B Psychology Building
phone: 405-744-4015
email: kevin.seymore@okstate.edu

Kaylie Bechtel, MS
Academic Advisor II
106 Psychology Building
phone: 405-744-2098
email: kaylie.bechtel@okstate.edu