I am a candidate for USMA 2022 and I am curious if anyone is familiar with the Psychology degree program at USMA. I have a passion for psychology and my goal right now is to pursue Clinical Psychology, or if not that, research in the field or a similar one (i.e. Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, etc). I am also applying for an AROTC scholarship at a civilian university in my state. I am really serious about being an Army officer, and attending USMA would be an honor. But I am unsure if they can offer me the same things that the civilian university I'm applying to can. For example, in terms of classes, USMA seems limited, because they have you take so many other things that it *seems like* you can't really delve into a primary area of interest. My other concern is the lack of variety of psychology classes. The university has classes ranging from Psychological Assessment to Schizophrenia. Looking at the curriculum and Red Book, I don't see a large variety of psychology classes at USMA. Additionally, I'm not sure if USMA has many (or any) research opportunities. Overall, I'm wondering if someone can answer these questions, tell me what the Psychology major is really like, and if anyone who studied it at USMA felt "fulfilled" by the classes they took. And especially if said person went on to Clinical Psychology or research in psychology: did they feel prepared, did they feel like they had missed out on something, etc. Hopefully all of this makes sense... Thanks in advance!