Missouri University of Science and Technology
Your ability to accurately perceive, understand, and get along with people is crucial for success in today’s increasingly complex, globalized world. Psychologists understand what “makes people tick” and how to facilitate communication.
Psychology asks and answers questions about humans in an objective manner to understand how they grow and develop individually and as members of groups, organizations, and societies.
Where do psychologists work?
Psychology graduates are sought by schools, hospitals, government programs, and businesses for positions in counseling and social work. Psychologists are prime candidates for jobs in marketing, communications, and management positions due to their understanding of human nature.
Scholarships in the Missouri S&T Psychology Department
The psychology department offers scholarships for students planning to major in psychology at S&T. Visit http://psych.mst.edu/undergrad/undergraduatescholarshipopportunities/ for more information.
Psychologists improve people's lives. By understanding how people interact and behave, psychologists influence all other professions.
S&T's psychology program is hands-on. Every student has an opportunity to conduct undergraduate research.
Psychologists explore how humans interact with technology – and each other.
Psychologists are collaborative. You'll interact with students from all degree programs on research and service learning projects.
Graduate school isn't required. Although many psychology grads do go on to graduate or medical school, great jobs are available for those that don't wish to pursue an advanced degree.