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The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences provides students with an understanding of the principles of behavior, the scientific methods used to derive and refine those principles, and appropriate and novel ways in which to apply such knowledge.

Students can earn the:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (PSYC B.A.)

  • Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience (NSCI B.S.)

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Education (PSYC ED B.A.)

  • Psychology Minor

  • Neuroscience Minor

Learn more about our majors and minors and undergraduate advising here.

Visiting Campus?

Wolf Hall

​Wolf Hall

Home for the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences

To see if the University of Delaware is right for you and your family, please see the Admissions Plan Your Visit and Experience UD pages to find information about campus tours, information sessions, and campus maps.

If you would like to learn more about our department, we are primarily located in Wolf Hall. During weekdays, you are welcome to sit in on a Psychology or Neuroscience class and/or talk to faculty in our department as a part of your visit. 

Learn more about which classes and office hours you may attend by looking at the PDF here.​

Need Information About Applying to UD?

​For more about becoming an undergraduate student at the University of Delaware, please visit the Admissions website.

Want to Change to or Add our Majors or Minors?

Apply anytime during the year using the Change of Major/Minor Webform.

Need more information about the change of major process?  See the Registrar's Office FAQ page.

If you declare one of our majors during or after your first year, you will receive an email that indicates your assigned faculty advisor and we recommend that you visit the Advising Office in Wolf 202 for an in-person  meeting.

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