Why Study Psychology?
Psychology — the study of the human mind and behavior — helps you better understand yourself and the people around you.
What Can I Do with a Psychology Degree?
This understanding opens many career pathways and often promotes meaningful lifelong learning.
Drawing from biology and health sciences, you’ll learn why people act the way they do, what is considered normal behavior and therapeutic options for behavior outside the norm. You’ll study statistical methods, sharpen your analytical skills, conduct research and gain laboratory experience.
Why Psychology at Merrimack?
- You’ll have opportunities to engage in cutting-edge, hands-on research with our faculty.
- You’ll learn to set personal, professional and intellectual goals in our professional-development course offerings.
- With 100% of psychology majors participating in at least one internship, co-op, fieldwork or practicum, you’ll have plenty of experience to set you apart.
- You’ll have access to faculty support and guidance in the graduate application process.