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Psychologists engage in a scientific study of the brain, behavior and cognitive processes to understand human experience and behavior. Gannon's psychology program emphasizes laboratory research and statistics to prepare you for graduate school, doctoral programs, and laboratory and research careers. Learn to apply quantitative and analytical techniques and develop foundational psychological knowledge through significant research and laboratory experience to secure your meaningful career in the field.
Gain real-world knowledge through key psychology courses including:
Advanced Research Methods: Develop and conduct original, independent research for presentation at the Celebrate Gannon academic festival and the Western Pennsylvania Undergraduate Psychology Conference.
Multivariate Statistics: An advanced course for students who want to pursue expertise in statistics and research - one that is rarely offered in an undergraduate curriculum.
Psychometrics: An advanced course in test development and evaluation is highly regarded among graduate programs in clinical, quantitative, school and human factors psychology.
Our psychology program is designed for your success. Through curriculum flexibility and high-quality educational opportunities, you can:
“I am thankful for my professors who involve me in the Erie community through internships and interpersonal connections.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Timothy CoppockAssociate ProfessorAssociate ProfessorChairperson
Timothy CaswellAssociate Professor
Jessica HartnettAssociate Professor
Ryan LeonardAssistant Professor
John RanneyAssistant Professor
Luke RosielleAssociate ProfessorUG Program Director
Sofia StepanyanAssistant Professor
Barbara TownsendAssociate Professor
Robin ArcherAdjunct Lecturer
Timothy CaswellAdjunct Lecturer
Danielle ClarkAdjunct Lecturer
Timothy JohnsonAdjunct Lecturer
Margaret KesslerAdjunct Lecturer
Bruce KobalAdjunct Lecturer
John RanneyAdjunct Lecturer
Richard StatesAdjunct Lecturer
Emily WachterAdjunct Lecturer