Virginia State University’s Psychology Department offers a Bachelor’s of Science program of general psychology. This program gives students a basic understanding of all areas of psychology and provides a foundation of pre-professional education for a variety of vocations.
Students in our undergraduate program will have the opportunity to work with highly qualified faculty members and Doctoral students. Our faculty members boast a wide variety of work experience, such as the Center for Disease Control, the Eastern Virginia Medical School, and the Greenville Correctional Center. The research experience of our faculty is equally impressive, ranging from areas such as the behavioral effects of racism, and cultural identity, to HIV and other health disparities among African Americans. The Psychology Department faculty engages their students in research as well, training students to present at national, regional, and local conferences/symposia.