The psychology program is designed to align students to a deeper sense of self-awareness, untangling your inner self from the outer world. The mind as part of your inner world, and your behavior as measured in your outer world, are sites of exploration that move toward increased order and complexity, with hope and goodwill, thriving towards originality, wholeness, and integration. We seek to provide you with a life-changing, transformative education.
The undergraduate program in psychology is designed to meet the needs of individuals interested in the liberal arts fields, a career in a human services profession or graduate study in psychology or social work.
Psychology is offered as a minor field of study at Sul Ross State University. Students must complete 18 semester credit hours of psychology courses, including six semester credit hours of advanced coursework.
A limited number of graduate courses in psychology are available to support such graduate majors as public administration, education, business administration, or history.
Alpine Program Coordinator
Dr. Jay Downing
RGC Program Coordinator
Dr. Wesley Wynne