Metropolitan State University's psychology program enables students to develop an understanding of the methods and substance of the science of behavior and achieve skills in applying this knowledge in a variety of contexts. The program is responsive to community and student needs and incorporates a multicultural approach, experiential learning in a community setting.

The Psychology Department offers a wide range of courses and other learning opportunities designed to meet students' needs. These students include those who are preparing for careers in psychology related fields at the BA level; preparing for graduate study and professional careers in psychology; or pursuing a liberal arts degree with a major in psychology.

Academic Programs in Psychology:

Early Childhood Studies (BAS)
Psychology (BA)

Child Psychology
Educational Psychology
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Mental Health Psychology

Graduate Degrees
Psychology (MA)