Department of Psychology Title The Ohio State University
Undergraduate

Undergraduate Program

Students who study psychology at Ohio State take courses in the brain and behavior, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, abnormal psychology and social psychology. Psychology students have access to faculty who are prominent researchers and have opportunities to work alongside them in research labs, studying topics such as emotion regulation, childhood mood disorders, stress and health in pregnancy, language perception, psychopharmacology, attitude formation and the biology of human social interactions. Psychology Spring

 

Declare a Psychology Major



Make an appointment with an Academic Advisor



Psychology Major and Minor Course Requirements

Upcoming Events

 

April 4th: Mindfullness and Healthy Aging Psychology Enrichment Program

Join us for our final PEP of the semester, where Dr. Ruchika Prakash will present information regarding the benefits of mindfulness training for healthy aging. The event will take place in PS 35 from 5:00-6:00pm. Click here to register and learn more about the program.

April 12th: Stop! and Think! presents: The Secrets of Scientology

Our final film of the season delves into the Church of Scientology through interviews with current and former members. The screening will take place in PS 35 starting at 5:30pm. Click here to register and learn more about the program. Pizza will be served during the event.

 

 


 

 

 

Highlights



The Psychology 2220 Learning Lab is hiring Peer Experts for the AU17-SP18 school year, and we invite you to apply!

Peer Experts are paid tutors that help the students currently enrolled in Psych 2220 to understand the concepts of data analysis in psychology.
Click here for the Application and Job Description.

Check out what our current Psychology Majors are doing here on our Student Spotlight Page!

Honors in Psychology:

Congratulations to the following Psychology Majors who have recently been approved for candidacy for Graduation with Honors in the Arts and Sciences:

Megan Secard
Adelle Kenney