This is the Department of Psychology

Graduate Programs

The Department of Psychology offers four advanced degree programs—one master's program and three Ph.D. programs. Our graduate programs provide students with a firm foundation in their field of psychology as well as research and outreach opportunities to prepare them for success after graduation.

Undergraduates

The B.A. in psychology program offers a broad, research-oriented curriculum ranging from basic to specialty psychology courses.

Clinics

In accordance with Auburn's mission as a land-grant institution, the department offers the community various psychological services.

Faculty & Staff

The Department of Psychology boasts preeminent faculty who have received countless recognitions for teaching, research, and outreach.

Research

Our department researches to better understand the brain and behavior. Faculty serve on national boards and committees, publish in high impact journals, and acquire funds from external agencies like the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Department of Defense.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Jun 30

Opening Reception for Alumni Show #1


5:30 PM
Fieldwork Projects Gallery

Jul 25

AU Brain Camp


8:00 AM
Auburn University MRI Research Center

Aug 23

New Faculty Reception


4:00 PM
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art

Announcements

Department of Psychology Graduate Students Receive This is Research Student Symposium Awards

Department of Psychology Graduate Students Receive This is Research Student Symposium Awards

5 Graduate Students in the Department of Psychology received awards for their research presentations at Auburn Univerisity 2016 This is Research Student Symposium