Psychology Research

Research in Psyc

Many targeted skills that are useful for careers outside of academia can be acquired in research laboratories in the Psychology Department. To illustrate, some of the research and skills that could be acquired in specific laboratories are as follows…

  • Undergraduate research assistants in the laboratory of Dr. Connie Beck learn how to code data from legal documents and prepare for law school and a legal career.

Options in Research & Teaching


Psychologists are individuals who have earned a Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy degree) in Psychology. In order to be considered a professional, licensed Psychologist, you must complete a Ph.D. program in Clinical, Counseling or School Psychology and pass the national licensure exam for Psychologists. Licensed Psychologists are typically involved in direct client service (Psychotherapy), but many are employed by universities or colleges to conduct research and/or teach topics related to direct client service in their area of specialty.

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