The UAA Undergraduate Program


The mission of the Undergraduate Program in Psychology is to offer mentorship and high quality training in the science of behavior and mental processes and, in doing so, enrich the lives of our students, citizens of Alaska, and the field of psychology. In service of this mission, the faculty provides effective instruction, academic and career advising, research training, professional skill development, service opportunities, preparation for graduate school and employment in the fields of behavioral health and social services.

 
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UAA Psychology Department USC Outcomes

The Undergraduate Studies Committee (USC) has determined a set of desired educational outcomes for students receiving a baccalaureate degree (BA or BS) in Psychology at UAA. These outcomes state that students getting a BA or BS in Psychology should:

  • Possess a broad knowledge of contemporary Psychology.
  • Be actively involved in psychological research.
  • Have acceptable skills in research analysis (including writing, mastery of APA style, and computer literacy).
  • Receive effective career preparation and advising.
  • Report satisfaction with the program (including types and times of course offerings, evaluation of faculty, academic and career advising).
  • Have sufficient opportunities for interaction among majors.
  • Have a senior capstone experience that requires a major project integrating course knowledge and skills gained in the program.
  • Have opportunities to acquire job skills appropriate for employment in community mental health settings.
 

Graduation Dinner 2011

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Psychology Department Graduation Dinner 2010