Psychology

Psychology

The Psychology Department at Muhlenberg College is a vibrant department with an active faculty and involved students. The psychology major provides excellent preparation for post-graduate work in psychology and a strong liberal arts foundation for students interested in careers in the mental health field, public policy, medicine, law, marketing research, and teaching at all levels.

Why Study Psychology at Muhlenberg?

     Intellectual Challenge and Personal Growth
     Innovative Teaching and Community-Based Learning
     Engaged Faculty
     Student-Faculty Collaboration

Click on any of the links above or to the right to learn more about what makes studying psychology at Muhlenberg rewarding and worthwhile.

Questions?
Peruse our website to learn more about the psychology major, and be sure to check out our Facebook or Twitter pages for the latest news. Don't hesitate to e-mail or call any professor with questions. Our Department Chair is Dr. Mark Sciutto. He can be reached by phone at 484-664-3649 or by e-mail at sciutto@muhlenberg.edu.

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