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Psychology Department

2004-2009
Academic Plan
September 15, 2003
College of Arts & Sciences

Psychology Department

2004-2009 Academic Plan


Mission Statement: The Department of Psychology at the University of Wyoming aspires to be a premier department in the social and behavioral sciences. We strive to provide students with training in psychological theory and methods in an atmosphere of intellectual rigor and technical competence. To this end, we promote an understanding of behavior, emotion, and cognition through our strong commitment to excellence in research, teaching, and service. In the exercise of our primary mission the Department of Psychology will:

  • Provide a high quality undergraduate major that creates life-long learners and prepares students for highly competitive post-baccalaureate academic programs as well as various employment opportunities in the state, region, and nation.

  • Provide courses that promote understanding of behavioral and psychological processes of relevance to the educational programs of other University of Wyoming academic units.

  • Serve geographically-bound psychology undergraduate majors through the University of Wyoming Outreach School.

  • Provide graduate training for doctoral students in clinical and experimental psychology who will attain positions of leadership in academic, governmental, and service careers.

  • Engage in basic and applied research that will yield new, important knowledge in our field and has the potential for translation into practice at the local, state, national, and international levels.

  • Provide service to the state of Wyoming through faculty consultation to various Wyoming public and private agencies.



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