To many people, human behavior seems unpredictable and often difficult to understand. To a student of psychology, there are clues to be found in personalities, abilities, influences, and motivations. Here at Ball State’s Department of Psychological Science, we offer undergraduate and graduate programs in psychology that lead to fascinating careers, a deeper understanding of others, and greater awareness of one’s own behavior and motivations.
Psychology is one of the most popular majors in the U.S.—opening the door to a wide variety of career opportunities or preparing you for further academic pursuits. Learn more.
If you’re interested in teaching psychology, you can pursue the subject as a concentration in our teaching social studies program. Learn more.
Ball State’s master of arts in clinical psychology is a two-year program designed to prepare you to be a competitive candidate for psychology doctoral programs in clinical psychology. Learn more.
Ball State’s master of arts in cognitive social processes is a two-year program designed to prepare you to be a competitive candidate for doctoral programs in cognitive psychology, social psychology, and experimental psychology. Learn more.