Psychology Undergraduate Information

Getting Admitted to Cameron University

Everything that you need to know about getting admitted to Cameron can be found on the CU Admissions site. 

Choosing a Degree in Psychology

Psychology is the scientific study of human and animal behavior. Psychologists are interested in such diverse areas as drug addiction, obesity, sexual behavior, attitudes toward smoking, learning, individual growth, and adjustment, motivation, mental retardation, aggression, the dynamics of group behavior, physical performance, dreaming, memory, psychological disorders, and counseling. Psychology is a diverse field with both scientific and professional aspects. As a science, psychology focuses on research: psychologist collect, quantify, analyze and interpret data describing human and animal behavior. As a profession, psychology focuses on the application of knowledge, skills and techniques to solve individual and social problems. Possible careers with a bachelor degree in Psychology include case manager, social worker, career counselor, rehabilitation specialist, and psychiatric technician.

The Psychology Department at Cameron University is dedicated to preparing students for the professional world and for graduate school. We have high standards, and we work with our students to reach those standards. Students have the opportunity to work with faculty members to do research and possibly publish or present the research. Research interests of the faculty include general experimental psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, counseling psychology, and neuropsychology.

You may also contact the advisor below for your degree program of interest.

Psychology - Dr. Mary Dzindolet

marydz@cameron.edu or 580-581-2380


Visiting the Department of Psychology

You can find the Department of Psychology in the Nance-Boyer building.  

CU Undergraduate Catalog

Details about Cameron's policies, procedures, and programs can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog.

Financial Assistance

Information about a variety of forms of financial assistance along with whom to contact can be found on CU's Financial Assistance site.

Contact Information

Dr. Mary Dzindolet
Department of Psychology
School of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Nance Boyer, Room 1056

2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505
580.581.2380 Voice
580.581.2623 Fax
marydz@cameron.edu