The undergraduate program of the Georgia Tech School of Psychology is technically oriented and emphasizes quantitative and experimental approaches to the study of behavior. It has a strong emphasis in the sciences and mathematics and provides an excellent preparation for graduate school in psychology, medical school, law school, and other professional and academic graduate programs. In addition, many graduates choose to enter a variety of fields including computer software design, human resources, marketing, human factors, system design, personnel selection and training, and management.
Students can earn:
- a Bachelor of Science in Psychology,
- a minor in general psychology
- area-specific certificates in psychology
For students not currently enrolled at Georgia Tech and who wish to apply as a Psychology major, click on the Office of Undergraduate Admission and declare Psychology as your major.
If you have specific questions, please contact Dr. Jenny Singleton, the Undergraduate Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.