Department of Psychology
UNC Charlotte

College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate Information

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  About the department:
Colvard 4018 9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223-0001
Phone (704) 687-4731, FAX (704) 687-3096
Department Interim Chairperson: Dr. Michael Doyle
Chairperson (Effective July 2002) - Dr. Brian Cutler

The department offers both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. Graduate programs leading to a terminal Master's degree are available in Community/Clinical Psychology and Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

The Psychology Department at UNC-Charlotte is committed to teaching on both undergraduate and graduate levels. The department earned the First Provost's award for Excellence in Teaching and is the home department of Dr. Al Maisto the 1998 Carnegie National Professor of the Year.

The Department is active in interdisciplinary projects with Computer Sciences, Biology, the Cognitive Science Academy and the Neuroscience Academy.

Undergraduate research opportunities abound within the department through the Central Carolinas Conference in Psychology ( A research conference for undergraduate students from area colleges and universities), publication of the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology, and the British Faculty
Exchange program. Our undergraduates have presented at over 100 professional conferences and have been co-authors on more than 70 journal articles. In 1994 the department was awarded the Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Xi award for Outstanding Undergraduate Research.

The Department of Psychology welcomes inquiries about both the undergraduate and graduate opportunities available at UNC-Charlotte.

This page developed and maintained by the Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina At Charlotte.
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