Erica Weisgram, Chair
Room D-235, Science Building
Email: Psychology@uwsp.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
This department is in the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences within the College of Letters and Science.
Faculty: P Conley, M Ferguson, J Lewis, J Magyar, E Meier, H Molenda-Figueira, S Mooney-Leber, R Nemeth, S Neumann, J Rueb, J Wang, E Weisgram, C Wendorf.
Definition: Psychology is the scientific study of the mind and behavior. It examines the biological, cognitive, emotional, social, cultural, and environmental processes underlying human and animal behavior in order to enhance psychological knowledge and its application within a variety of settings (such as families, schools, clinics, and workplaces).
Academic Standards for Psychology Major
To be approved for graduation with a major in psychology, you need a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in all courses taken in psychology, regardless of a declaration of academic bankruptcy.
Credit-by-Exam Policy for Psychology
An Advanced Placement (AP) Psychology Exam score of 3 or higher gives you credit for PSYC 110. Credit-by-exam is available for PSYC 110 and PSYC 260 if you receive a score that is equal to or greater than the 50th percentile on the General Psychology and Developmental Psychology CLEP examinations. CLEP testing is done in the Testing Center in Delzell Hall.
Organizational Leadership, B.S.
Craig Wendorf, Assistant Dean for the School of Behavioral and Social Sciences
Room D240, Science Building
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Organizational Leadership trains leaders to apply theory and evidence-based research to promote, strengthen, and change community and organizational networks.
This program promotes career development by:
- Promoting cultural, social, and political literacy as it applies to the development of leadership skills.
- Developing applied business skills in leadership and project management.
- Strengthening interpersonal and organizational communication skills in both writing and speech.
As a result, the program supports careers in training and development, community and nonprofit administration, higher education, project management, and general business administration.
The B.S. in Organizational Leadership is open to all students. The program requires completion of at least 120 credit hours, and up to 72 credits may be awarded for coursework previously completed for the Applied Associate degree. Students enrolled in the program will also be required to complete the General Education Program (GEP) requirements. Many of the courses required for the B.S. in Organizational Leadership will also satisfy GEP requirements