A psychology degree from Simpson offers a diverse area of study that includes social processes, learning, memory, personality human development and psychological disorders. Great options for campus involvement include Psychology Club — a social group that offers educational and volunteer opportunities. Eligible students are encouraged to join Psi Chi, a national psychology honors society.
At Simpson, every psychology major gets hands on experience, whether its working on a research project or completing an internship. These experiences very likely contribute to the fact that we have a 100 percent placement rate in student applications to present research at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association Conference.
More than 40 percent of Simpson psychology students go on to graduate school at places like Penn State University, University of Illinois, University of Northern Iowa, University of Minnesota and the University of Iowa. A degree in psychology prepares you for a myriad of career choices or further study in fields like education, counseling, business and mental health.
If you missed STEM Visit Day, November 18, you can still learn more about the various opportunities Simpson Psychology has to offer. You can learn about the eye tracking device and students' research projects by scheduling a visit to Simpson College at http://simpson.edu/visit-simpson/personalized-visit/ and requesting to meet with the Psychology professors or contacting Department Chair of Psychology Don Evans at email@example.com. Simpson Psychology would love to meet you!
We are proud of our practicum students who are currently completing internships with highly recognized organizations around central Iowa.