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Department of Psychology

Psychology Programs at Rollins

The psychology department offers a psychology major and minor through both the College of Liberal Arts and Hamilton Holt Evening School. We also offer courses that count toward the neuroscience and global health minors in the College of Liberal Arts and toward the organizational behavior major and minor in Holt.

The psychology department is housed in the newly renovated Archibald Granville Bush Science Center, a 104,000-square-foot science facility. 

State-of-the-Art Facilities

The psychology department is housed in the newly renovated Archibald Granville Bush Science Center, a 104,000-square-foot science facility. 

Psychology Major & Minor

By gaining a foundation of the philosophy and principles of science, theory, methods, and statistics, you will apply psychological principles and methods to understanding and solving real-world problems.

Challenge yourself by questioning preconceptions, showing tolerance of differing views, and collaborating with faculty and peers on projects inside and outside the classroom.

With an emphasis on experiential learning and laboratory courses, the psychology major provides you an excellent background to join the workforce upon graduation or to continue your education in graduate school.

Psychology Courses & Requirements
Psychology Major + Minor Maps

Related Interdisciplinary Minors

Neuroscience (minor only)

Learn how the brain and nervous system function and affect behavior and cognition by pursuing a neuroscience minor. Classes cover a range of subjects, including cellular biology, language, and evolution.

Specifically designed for students in related major fields and those interested in pursuing a career in the allied health professions, the neuroscience minor provides you access to upper-level courses outside your major by waiving most prerequisites for qualifying students.

Neuroscience Courses & Requirements
Neuroscience Minor Map

Global Health (minor only)

The global health minor focuses on issues effecting community health at home and around the globe, revealing that health and poverty are frequently linked and that health issues may not respect political boundaries. The program draws courses from anthropology, biology, communication studies, critical media and cultural studies, economics, English, environmental studies, history, pre-medicine studies, mathematics, physical education, political science, and psychology to explore health related issues from a variety of methodological and topical perspectives.

Global Health Courses & Requirements
Global Health Minor Map

Evening Programs

Psychology Evening Program

The Psychology program of the Hamilton Holt School provides an overview of the diverse field of psychology along with opportunities for application and demonstration of important principles.
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