Program description

Knowledge developed as a psychological sciences major include skills necessary for scientific inquiry, such as:

  • written and oral communication
  • critical thinking
  • interpersonal growth
  • analysis and synthesis

Therefore, the psychological sciences major supports the goals of a liberal arts education of developing well-rounded and well-educated citizens.  The psychological sciences major also provides graduates with a broad understanding of human behavior and mental processes by providing a foundation in all the major areas, including:

  •  clinical
  • cognition
  • development
  • social psychology
  • physiological psychology
  • health psychology

View the NAU course catalog for current course offerings. 



Alisa Beyer, PhD 

Senior Lecturer, 602-728-9519

Peter Mangan, PhD 

Principal Lecturer, 928-317-6404