UG Psychology Announcements
Check out the Psychology Department's Fall Newsletter
The Psychology Department values experiential education. To provide students with structured opportunities for such learning, examples of Practica are Arsenal Family & Children's Center, UPMC-Shadyside Hospital Elder Life Program, a Forensic Psychology practicum opportunity that involves working with a local Psychologist, and a client experience research opportunity at Allegheny County Department of Human Services.
Duquesne's Psychology Club is an active organization that helps students cultivate their psychological interests and knowledge. Club activities include experiential workshops, guest speakers, conference trips, film discussions, topical symposia, research and volunteer opportunities, and graduate school preparation. There are no requirements for participating in Psychology Club. All students, including non-psychology majors, are welcome.
This document contains information for current undergraduate students for scholarships and fellowships
Information on various degree types and applications can be found here.
Information various careers options can be found here.
The University Counseling Center offers free and confidential counseling services to Duquesne Students.