“Today’s students must prepare themselves for a world in which knowledge is accumulating at a rapidly accelerating rate and in which old problems such as poverty, racism and pollution join new problems such as global terrorism, a health crisis created by alarming increases in obesity, and the growing gap between the poor and the very rich. All of these problems require psychological skills, knowledge and values for their solution.” D. Halpern
Consistent with the American Psychological Association’s principles of quality undergraduate education, the University of Michigan-Flint Department of Psychology provides students with
- the workplace skills needed in the information age
- a solid academic background that prepares them for advanced study in a wide range of fields
- the knowledge, skills, and abilities that will enhance their personal lives.
These principles are coupled with caring, available faculty, innovative learning opportunities, as well as research and field opportunities.
The future looks bright! The field of psychology expects a 19% job growth rate through 2024.
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