Experiential Learning

Discover ways to use what you learn in the classroom for transformative, hands-on experiences. 
Experiential learning opportunities include everything from neuroscience lab research to internships with non-profits to study abroad opportunities in Italy.  
All of these options allow you to earn course credits, while enriching and enhancing your education.

Are you a current psychology student looking for more information about research, internships, or study abroad? Visit us on the Hub at the link below!

Psychology Hub

Undergraduate Research

As an undergraduate engaged in research, you can get training in laboratory skills, prepare for graduate school and strengthen your understanding of the various psychology subfields. Students work directly with faculty members who mentor them through the research experience. Our faculty conduct research across a wide variety of disciplines within psychology. Click on the links below to learn more!

Study Abroad

One of the best ways to learn how behavior interacts with culture is to experience another part of the world! The College of Charleston offers a number of College-sponsored and affiliate study abroad programs which provide psychology courses with built-in or transferable credits. These include semester and summer programs, some of which are run by faculty within the psychology department. Check out the Center for International Education (CIE) for more information.