Psychology FIGPsychology FIG students are people interested in people. They examine what it means to be human in the 21st century, and explore many areas of research and working the field of psychology. This FIG is particularly suitable for students interested in psychology and other human services.
"The FIG program has allowed me to interact on a more personal level with
18 students who more then likely I would never have really some encounter
with. It so far has been a great experience that I am glad to be apart of."
Alyssa, Psychology FIG student.
Requirements:Must be placed in English 101 (minimum SAT score of 500/ACT 22 or EPT of 147.)
Links to Academic Departments:Psychology Department ( http://www.sonoma.edu/psychology/)
Human Development Program ( http://www.sonoma.edu/HumanDevelopment/)
Sociology Department ( http://www.sonoma.edu/sociology/)
Women & Gender Studies Department, http://www.sonoma.edu/WomenStudies/
Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, http://www.sonoma.edu/ccjs/default.shtml