Psychology, Criminal Justice, & Law Enforcement
We encourage our students to pursue meaningful internships and research opportunities. Check out where some of our psychology and criminal justice students have interned in the past. We also have an honor society that connects students with other psychology honors students across the country and around the world.
The Department of Psychology offers many opportunities for students to get involved both inside and outside of the classroom. They gain practical experience with a great internships and directed research. Below is a list of just some of the internship experiences our psychology and criminal justice majors have participated in or are currently serving in.
- Child Protection Services Intern
- Rape and Sexual Abuse Intern Phone Counselor
- Medical Research Intern
- Undergraduate Psychology Intern
- Speech Pathology Intern
- Women's Shelter Advocate
- School Social Work Intern
- Social Services Intern
- Camp Director
Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Internships
- Auto Theft Prevention Unit
- Juvenile Probation Intern
- Probation Officer Aide
- Police Department Intern
- Police Reserve
- Juvenile Detention Center Intern
- Deputy Intern
- Case Manager for Immigration Court
Psychology Honors Society
Psi Chi Honors Society The honors society allows psychology students to affiliate with other honors students in psychology around the country and around the world.