Dr. Amanda Miller, Professor, Chairperson

Dr. Mark Basham, Professor

Dr. Brian Drwecki,  Professor

Dr. Rona McCall, Professor

Dr. Rebecca Betjemann, Associate Professor

Dr. Ashley Fricks-Gleason, Associate Professor

Dr. Erin Winterowd, Associate Professor

Dr. Jamey Maniscalco, Assistant Professor

Dt. Julie Sriken, Assistant Professor

Dr. Robin Cloues, Lecturer/Lab Manager

The curriculum of the psychology major is designed to provide a working knowledge of factual and current theoretical information in the field. Content is balanced with the development of critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and an appreciation of cultural diversity. The application of psychological principles is strongly encouraged through service learning, internship, and research opportunities.

The department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. The degree requirements are designed with the latitude to prepare students interested in:

  • Pursuing graduate work in psychology
  • Embarking on a career in psychology or related area where a combination of analytic and human skills is applicable
  • A liberal arts education in which psychology is a related and relevant major

Students should work closely with their major advisor to plan a program of study commensurate with their educational and vocational goals. 

Departmental Regulations

The major requires a minimum of 43 semester hours, of which a minimum of 26 semester hours must be taken from the Required Breadth Courses (see Required Breadth Courses for all majors below).

The Department requires that nine upper division psychology courses plus two laboratories (29 semester hours) be taken at Regis College to receive a degree with a major in Psychology.

The minimum passing grade for any course taken towards satisfying the psychology major or minor is a “C-”. This standard applies to all lower and upper division psychology courses and all other courses required for the major or minor.