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.

 

Mission

We aim to create a culture of informed engagement. Our students will interact differently with the world as a result of studying psychology and will understand psychology differently through engaging with the world. We cultivate an appreciation for a liberal arts education, including psychology’s contributions to other disciplines and the contributions of those disciplines to psychology. Students are encouraged to be intellectually curious and adventurous; wrestling with challenges leads to a better understanding of their own and others’ perspectives. More information: Goals and Skill Objectives for the Psychology Curriculum


Why Study Psychology at Muhlenberg?

     Engaged Faculty
     Research Collaboration
     Intellectual Challenge and Personal Growth
     Innovative Teaching and Experiential Learning
      

Questions?

Please explore our website to learn more about what makes studying psychology at Muhlenberg rewarding and worthwhile. 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. Jeff Rudski. He can be reached by phone at 484-664-3486 or by e-mail at rudski@muhlenberg.edu.