Research and Internship Opportunities
As an undergraduate psychology student, you have many opportunities to be part of world-class research in areas ranging from forensic science to virtual reality.You can participate in research experiments or even join an Iowa State psychology research lab. With undergraduate research, you can:
- Work alongside world-renowned faculty and graduate students
- Add job experience to your resume
- Present research at conferences
- Make new friends
- Find amazing mentors who can share insights about applying for graduate school
- Have fun within a close-knit lab community
Students interested in gaining research experience should consider taking these supervised research courses (490 / 491/ 291). Check out current and upcoming research opportunities.
As a psychology student, you have access to many internship opportunities, including ones with course credit.
Students interested in gaining a supervised experience in a community setting should consider our fieldwork and internship courses (492 / 492A / 429B).
Students interested in gaining a supervised experience in a community setting should consider enrolling in one of these courses. Psych 492 offers a supervised experience in an applied psychology setting. Psych 492A offers a supervised experience in a human services setting. Psych 492B offers a supervised experience in an industrial/organizational setting. More information about these opportunities can be found here.
Supervised experience in an applied psychology settingPsych 492ASupervised experience in a human services setting.
Supervised experience in an industrial/organizational setting.
Your psychology advisors and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services staff are available to help you find internships in your field of interest.