The Neuroscience program offers a general introductory course in neuroscience as an elective for all students, and also offers a curricular concentration (interdisciplinary emphasis) that may serve as an enhancement of, or complement to, any major of a student's choice. This interdisciplinary emphasis provides additional opportunities for students to develop skills necessary to become successful scientists and is recognized with a designation on the transcript upon graduation.
Weyerhaeuser 307, 253.879.3307, firstname.lastname@example.org
The School of Occupational Therapy offers high quality educational opportunities at the master's level for individuals seeking to become an occupational therapist (entry level) as well as for occupational therapists who seek to advance their knowledge and skill level (post-professional level).
Weyerhaeuser 204, 253.879.3514, email@example.com
Information, resources, advice, and support for students living off campus or considering such a move.
3209 N. 15th St., 253.879.3970, firstname.lastname@example.org
Puget Sound Outdoors coordinates a variety of adventure-based outdoor opportunities for the campus community.
1506 N. Alder St., 253.879.3403, email@example.com
Resources for parents of Puget Sound students
Jones 102, 253.879.3245, firstname.lastname@example.org
Philosophy can be described as the application of reason to the most general and fundamental questions of human concern, in order to give them the best justified possible answers. Students find that courses in the Philosophy Department develop an unusual range of intellectual abilities.
Wyatt 333, 253.879.2649
The Physical Education program offers Puget Sound students 39 different activity courses including fitness, recreational activities, sports skills, and dance.
The School of Physical Therapy offers a three-year program leading to a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree.
Weyerhaeuser 204, 253.879.3180, email@example.com
The Physics department addresses the needs of physics majors, Dual Degree Engineering students, and other science majors. The department also supports the university's liberal arts emphasis by providing coursework for students majoring in all areas, in order to broaden their intellectual reach.
Thompson 165, 253.879.3127
Politics is about the struggle over power, authority, freedom, security and peace-the core issues of public life. The Department of Politics and Government trains students to understand these issues at the local, national, and international level, by providing a wide-ranging yet integrated study of politics and governance.
Wyatt 231, 253.879.3165
Advising program for students considering a profession in law.
Howarth 108B, 253.879.3569, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jones 109, 253.879.3201
Print & Copy Services provides digital printing for departments, clubs, and personal projects for all faculty, staff, students, and neighbors; provides stationery order processing (letterhead, envelopes, and business cards); manages and provides support for Konica Minolta copiers placed around campus.
3210 N. 15th St., 253.879.3737, email@example.com
Psychology is the study of human thought and behavior. The psychology faculty and curriculum represent many of the major subdisciplines in psychology (e.g., development, clinical, cognition, learning, sensation, perception, biopsychology, personality, social, and industrial-organizational).
Weyerhaeuser 307, 253.879.3307
Information regarding School of Music concerts, Norton Clapp Theatre productions, Kittredge Gallery exhibits, ArtsVenture outings, lectures, and other campus events.
Communications House, 253.879.3582, 253.879.3555, firstname.lastname@example.org