Information for Prospective Students
Links below provide information about admission to the University of Denver.All students in Psychology complete both University requirements and specific departmental requirements.
The Undergraduate Program in Psychology provides students with a broad foundation in both content and hands-on experience in professional and scientific psychology. Students take courses across Developmental, Cognitive, Clinical, Neuroscience, and Social approaches, as well as research methods. Students may pursue either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree or a minor in Psychology. A Cognitive Neuroscience Specialty degree is also offered in conjunction with the Biological Sciences Department.
Faculty research and teaching interests include social, emotional and cognitive development, emotion and cognition, memory, neuroscience, child and family therapy, tests and measurements, and stress, coping, and trauma. Students are also encouraged to participate in faculty research labs, clinical internships, and independent study.
Undergraduate students are a vital part of our department, and we encourage them to take advantage of the many opportunities we offer.
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