The Department of Psychology at Kent State University, offering Undergraduate and
Graduate Degrees and Majors in Psychology,
is an innovative center of research, teaching, and community service.
Our faculty are internationally recognized for their research. Our Ph.D. program offers training in the areas of Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical, Cognitive, Developmental, Health, and Social. The Clinical program allows specialization in adult psychopathology, assessment, child clinical, clinical health psychology, and clinical neuropsychology.
Undergraduates can earn a BA degree in Psychology. Our department offers a diverse set of courses and opportunities for students to become involved in research with our faculty and graduate students. The degree prepares students for graduate school and employment in a range of fields, including clinical, applied and experimental areas of psychology and related fields such as education, law, business, human services, and health care.