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Psychology

Do you wonder why people think, feel, and behave the way they do? The psychology program at Marymount will immerse you in the study of topics such as:
  • traumatic brain injury
  • social media
  • parent-child relationships
  • stereotyping
  • psychopathology

If you're intrigued by topics such as these, consider majoring in Psychology.

Our emphasis on problem solving, research, and interpersonal development will prepare you for a wide variety of careers.

Our graduates go on to work in social and mental health services, government, research, schools, and business or pursue graduate studies.
 
Want to know more? Read this to find out what you can do with a Psychology degree.
 

Marymount's Forensic Scholars Program

Interested in the field of Forensic and Legal Psychology? Do you have a strong academic profile? Marymount's Forensic Scholars Program offers you an opportunity to guarantee your place in the university's competitive Forensic and Legal Psychology program.

While other undergraduates will need to apply to the graduate program, qualifying Forensic Scholars are exempt from this process. The Forensic Scholars Program is open to a select group of incoming first-year students who are chosen by the Forensic Admissions committee and must meet stringent continuation requirements. Find more information or apply to the program at www.muforensic.com.

If you have questions, call the admissions office at 1-800-548-7638 or email Lauren Snyder.
 

Contact Information

Psychology Department

Marymount University
2807 N. Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22207

Questions? Call:
(800) 548-7638 or (703) 284-1500

E-mail: admissions@marymount.edu

Faculty Spotlight

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                      Photo Of Camille Buckner
Dr. Camille Buckner
Chair, Department of Psychology; Professor of Psychology

Camille Buckner regularly teaches courses in General Psychology, Psychology of Gender, Cultural Psychology, Research Methods, Research Writing, and Senior Seminar. She actively engages students in research at Marymount.