Psychology Programs

 

Undergraduate


Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

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Bachelor of Science, Psychology

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Bachelor of Science in Education, Psychology

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Minor in Psychology

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Graduate


Master of Science, Psychology -
Clinical Psychology Concentration

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Master of Science, Psychology -
Industrial /
Organizational Concentration

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Master of Science, Psychology -
School Psychology

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Education Specialist (Ed.S.) -
School Psychology

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Certificate


Psychology of Learning and Exceptionality

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Department of Psychology

Upcoming Events

  

Spring 2019 Professional Development Sessions (PDS)

Thursday, January 31, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology - "encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology". All encouraged to attend. Contact Maria Moylan for information; faculty advisor - Dr. John Wade.

Tuesday, February 5, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psychology Club Meeting - Psychology Club is an organization open to all students who want to learn about psychology, attend conferences, provide community service, and participate in social events. Contact Maddy Orton for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kelly McEnerney.

Tuesday, February 5, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, February 5, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Social - SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Tuesday, February 12, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Speaker - Ted Farrington, "Suicide Prevention Training"

Tuesday, February 19, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Speaker: Dr. John Wade - Come listen to ESU's head of clinical psychology master's program Dr. John Wade.

Tuesday, February 19, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, February 19, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, February 19, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Social- SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Thursday, February 21, 11am - 2pm, Visser Hall, Rm 330:
Chili Cook Off - Come mingle with your peers and faculty members while enjoying all you can eat and vote for your favorite chili. It is $5 dollars for unlimited chili and five votes.

Thursday, February 28, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psychology Club Meeting - Psychology Club is an organization open to all students who want to learn about psychology, attend conferences, provide community service, and participate in social events. Contact Maddy Orton for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kelly McEnerney.

Tuesday, March 5, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, March 5, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Meeting
- SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Thursday, March 7, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology - "encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology". All encouraged to attend. Contact Maria Moylan for information; faculty advisor - Dr. John Wade.

Tuesday, March 19, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
SPEAKER: Lindsay Bays "Stress management and Emotional Regulation"

Tuesday, March 19, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, March 19, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Meeting - SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Thursday, March 21, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psychology Club Meeting
- Psychology Club is an organization open to all students who want to learn about psychology, attend conferences, provide community service, and participate in social events. Contact Maddy Orton for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kelly McEnerney.

Tuesday, March 26, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology
- SPEAKER: Dr. John Wade, Paradoxes in Psychology. All encouraged to attend. Contact Maria Moylan for information; faculty advisor - Dr. John Wade.

Tuesday, April 2, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Tuesday, April 2, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Meeting - SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Thursday, April 4, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psychology Club Meeting - Psychology Club is an organization open to all students who want to learn about psychology, attend conferences, provide community service, and participate in social events. Contact Maddy Orton for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kelly McEnerney.

Tuesday, April 9, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Thursday, April 11, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology - "encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology". All encouraged to attend. Contact Maria Moylan for information; faculty advisor - Dr. John Wade.

Tuesday, April 16, 6:15pm, Visser Hall, Rm 344I:
SPSS Club Meeting - SPSS is the School Psychology Student Society for both graduate and undergraduate students! Meetings discuss upcoming conferences, hot topics in the field, and helpful hints to get into the masters program. Contact Brittney Williams for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kaira Hayes.

Tuesday, April 23, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Graduate Panel
- Come learn from a panel of graduate students about applying to graduate schools and how to excel in a graduate program.  If you have any further questions about graduate school contact Dr. Tracy Weschelblatt by email: twechsel@emporia.edu.

Tuesday, April 23, 6pm, Visser Hall, Rm 319:
SSIOP Club Meeting - Members and other students interested in industrial/organizational psychology gather and discuss projects, community service, and social activities that we could do to develop professionally and personally. Every student who is interested in the application of psychology in the workplace is welcome to join these meetings.Contact Alex Klema for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Jim Persinger.

Thursday, April 25, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psychology Club Meeting - Psychology Club is an organization open to all students who want to learn about psychology, attend conferences, provide community service, and participate in social events. Contact Maddy Orton for information; faculty advisor - Dr. Kelly McEnerney.

Tuesday, April 30, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 312:
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology - "encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology". All encouraged to attend. Contact Maria Moylan for information; faculty advisor - Dr. John Wade.

Thursday, May 2, 11am, Visser Hall, Rm 330:
Psychology Research Mix n Mingle