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Prospective Students

If you are a prospective student, please take a moment to look over all of the programs we offer and resources we have. If you have general questions, please contact our office manager, Ms. Elizabeth McDougal (757-823-8573) or stop into the department suite in Brown Memorial Hall (BMH) room 216. Program-specific questions should be directed to the Department Chair or Program Coordinators via the Contact Us webpage. In summary:

Academic Programs:
We offer an Undergraduate degree in Psychology (with minors avaialble in Psychology or CyberPsychology); a Masters degree in CyberPsychology; a Graduate Certificate in CyberPsychology; and a Doctor of Clinical Psychology.

Faculty in the Psychology Department are engaged in a wide-range of research studies. Details about our research can be found here.

The Psychology Department has some, but often limited funding opportunities. We offer a range of small scholarships based on merit and need for undergraduates, as well as both research and teaching assistantships for graduate students.