About The Department
Faculty & Professional Staff
Undergraduate Advising Office
Careers in Psychology
Undergraduate Trauma Studies Certificate
Psych Research Studies
Community Psychological Service
Center for Trauma Recovery
Kathy J. Weinman Children Advocacy Centre
Alumni and Friends
Giving to the Department
The advising office is closed for Summer 2017. Please contact the advising office in 303 Lucas (314-516-5501) for further assistance.
Psychological sciences involve the study of mental processes, the brain, and behavior in human and other animals. Students earning a degree in psychological sciences learn to analyze data, communicate complex information, understand human behavior and think and write scientifically. These skills are highly prized by employers in a variety of fields.
The Psychology Advising Office helps students to understand and work toward their academic requirements and goals, while also communicating the many options for their degree after graduation.
The Psychology Advising Office is available to assist students in the following areas:
- Course Inquiry
- Degree Audit Programs
- Transcript Reviews
- GRE Information
- Graduate School Information
- General Help