Southeast Missouri State University

Welcome to the Department of Psychology's webpage.

Our department provides each student a winning combination of:

  • excellent student organizations and facilities
  • well-qualified faculty who care about your success
  • nurturing environment with small classes
  • state of the art computer laboratory
  • outstanding opportunities for internships and research with faculty

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology is consistently among the most popular degrees in the College of Liberal Arts at Southeast Missouri State University. Indeed, it is among the most sought after degrees in the University. The overall intent of the degree is to provide a common set of learning experiences for students wishing to pursue careers in such fields as public affairs and social services, education, business and management, sales, health professions, biological sciences and computing. The Bachelor of Science degree is also an excellent preparation for graduate work leading to careers in fields such as health psychology, forensic psychology, criminal justice, physical therapy, school psychology, law, medicine and many others.

Check us out. You will see why a recent Southeast graduate said, "This is a wonderful place to get an education, and I highly recommend it to anyone considering a degree in Psychology."

I look forward to seeing you!

Leslee Pollina, Chair

News

  • $4.4 Million Bequest to Have Lasting Impact on Southeast Education, Psychology Students

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Dec. 11, 2014 – The Southeast Missouri University Foundation has received a $4.4 million bequest from the estate of the late Dr. James Drickey to benefit elementary education and psychology students at Southeast. The bequest will benefit two scholarships Drickey established more than 10 years ago – the Dr. James M. Drickey […]
  • New Psychology Graduate Program to Begin Fall 2016 at Southeast

    CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Dec. 5, 2014 – Students at Southeast Missouri State University will have the opportunity to enroll in a new industrial organizational psychology graduate program beginning in fall 2016. “We saw the need for master’s level training in psychology in this immediate region,” said Dr. Leslee Pollina, chair of the Department of Psychology […]

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