Psychological Science

 

Psych Sci Department 2023

 

The CMC Psychological Science major prepares students to use psychological concepts and methods in everyday life. Students receive a broad knowledge and hands-on experiences in applied, professional, and scientific psychology. Courses emphasize the application of psychology to current social issues. Students are encouraged to work closely with faculty, especially conducting research in their labs.

Many students combine Psychological Science with other majors (e.g., Economics, Government, Biology) and add interdisciplinary sequences in Leadership, Data Science, Legal Studies, and Neuroscience to develop expertise that will expand their career options. 

If a major in Psychological Science might be right for you, come talk with our stellar faculty!

 

 

PSI CHI Logo National Honors Society in Psychology
Membership applications accepted every Spring semester.

Accelerated MA Degree Program in Psychology
Accelerated 1-year MA degree in Psychology from Claremont Graduate University (CGU) for Psychological Science & Neuroscience majors after receiving the B.A. degree from CMC.

 

Wei-Chin Hwang, Ph.D
Chair and Professor of Psychology
850 Columbia Ave, Claremont CA 91711
Phone: (909) 607-2762
Email: wei-chin.hwang@cmc.edu

Linda Chavez-Nunez
Coordinator
Faculty Support West, Kravis 108C
Claremont McKenna College
850 Columbia Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: (909) 607-3394
Email: linda.chavez@cmc.edu

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Department News


Wei-Chin Hwang.
 
Professor Wei-Chin Hwang: Focused on mental health in the Asian American community
Destigmatizing mental health treatment in the Asian American community, as well as understanding the importance of cultural adapted treatment, is at the heart of Professor Wei-Chin Hwang’s scholarly mission.
Students at the Leon Strauss Autism Clinic work with a participant of the program at CMC.
 
CMC Autism Center welcomes new director

Professor Rachel Fenning, the new director of the Claremont Autism Center, home of the Leon Strauss Autism Clinic at CMC, has always felt called to a service-oriented profession.

Lyn Juckniess (Pomona 1974) and John Howell enrolled this fall as co-learners in Prof. Sharda Umanath’s “Effective Learning Across the Lifespan” course.
 
Learning across the lifespan at CMC

As students in Roberts South Room 104 circled up desks to form working groups, they compared notes on their shared projects, offering up ideas and feedback.