At Loyola, psychology students weigh evidence, think critically, act ethically, and recognize and understand the complexity of individual and societal diversity, all in the spirit of promoting social justice. Psychology students can take advantage of faculty who are involved not only in teaching but also research, supervision, and clinical practice. With 26 professors (full time tenured, tenure track and clinical faculty) and 30 affiliate faculty who offer a wide range of courses, from the introductory course to field placement and advanced research, you’ll feel ready to move beyond Loyola’s walls.
In addition to offering an undergraduate major, the department offers graduate degrees in clinical psychology. Across all programs, the combination of a Jesuit education coupled with intense academic, clinical, and research training prepares students to become leaders in their chosen profession.
Undergraduate students are prepared for diverse careers and/or graduate studies, while graduate students are trained to become practitioners and/or researchers in the mental health profession.
Learn more about our undergraduate, masters, and doctorate programs.