The Department of Psychology provides students with a solid foundation in the major theoretical perspectives of psychology and its scientific approach. By studying psychology at Webster, students attain a broad understanding of and appreciation for the complexity and diversity of human behavior within a global context. Through the psychology curriculum, students learn about both the scientific and applied areas of psychology from a range of perspectives including biological, clinical/counseling, cognitive/learning, lifespan developmental, and social/cultural.

Students take the Careers in Psychology class soon after entering Webster and have the opportunity to explore professional opportunities through specialized courses highlighting applied subfields (e.g. Introduction to Clinical Psychology, Social Work, or Counseling). The degree opportunities in the Psychology Department were designed according to the most recent research on the scholarship of teaching and learning within the field of psychology. Curriculum is constantly updated to meet the best practices advocated by the American Psychological Association.

For more information, explore the Department of Psychology in the undergraduate catalog.

Department Chair

Michael Hulsizer, PhD
Webster Hall 308
Ph: (314) 968-5912

Department Representative

 Nicole Egelhofer
Webster Hall 320
Ph: (314) 968-6970
F: (314) 246-6094



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