Special OpportunitiesAs a Concordia psychology student, you will discover hands-on opportunities to engage with faculty on research projects, as well as several research experiences built right into the curriculum. Faculty-student research outside the classroom is a key factor in admission to graduate school and the co-inquiry model at Concordia is sure to prepare you well. You may have the chance to present your research at an undergraduate research conference which is frequently hosted by the department.
You can also earn academic credit while gaining valuable work experience interning at one of numerous local healthcare facilities and agencies. Put your knowledge to practical use at a juvenile detention center, the Fargo Youth Commission, Rape and Abuse Crisis Center or Prairie St. John’s, just to name a few.
Make the world your classroom with our nationally recognized study abroad program. More than half of Concordia students study internationally at least once during their four years. The psychology department recently offered an Exploration Seminar to Norway and will soon feature a May Seminar to the Middle East.