This program gives students the opportunity to learn in-depth about research in Psychology. Students will take advanced classes in research methods and data analysis over three semesters, as well as complete an honors thesis under supervision of a professor in the Psychology Department.
Students must be Junior Psychology Majors with at least a 3.4 Overall GPA and 3.6 GPA in Psychology. For information on additional requirements and Honors Thesis application, please visit the Psychology Departmental Office in LA 2210 or contact Professor Jonathan Mattanah (410-704-2539, email@example.com).
Clinical Concentration Program
Students accepted into the Clinical Concentration program will gain valuable hands-on clinical experience through small, specialized classes and internship experiences.
To be considered for the program, students must be of Junior standing with at least a 3.4 Overall GPA and 3.6 GPA in Psychology. Students must have completed Introduction to Helping Relationships (PSYC 205) and Abnormal Psychology (PSYC 361). For information on additional requirements and an application, please visit the Psychology Departmental Office in LA 2210. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Bethany Brand (410-704-3067, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Psi Chi/Psychology Club
The purpose of Psi Chi/Psychology Club is to provide students with opportunities to further interests, expand knowledge, and become well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible individuals in the field of psychology. This organization consists of members of both Psi Chi and Psychology Club at Towson University. All students with interests in psychology are welcome.