Undergraduate Programs

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Psychology Base Enhances Variety of Career Fields

Welcome to the Psychology Undergraduate program at Utah State University. The psychology undergraduate program consists of over 400 students. A broad selection of psychology courses provides a very strong foundation for careers in Psychology, Business, Education, Law, Medicine, and many other areas. The department houses a diverse faculty who engage students in a variety of research, discovery, and skill-building activities beyond the basic classroom instruction. The department provides opportunities for students to involve themselves with organizations like the Student Advocates of Behavior Science (SABS), the International Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi), and the Psychology Club, which help them in their future careers.

International Accolades

The department of psychology at Utah State University is internationally known for its innovative research, teaching and scholarship. The mission of the department is to prepare both graduate and undergraduate students for professions in mental health, research, education and human service settings

Did You Know?

In addition to its on-campus psychology major, USU also offers an online bachelor's degree in psychology. You can even mix it up. Can't work a required course into your current schedule? You might want to check online availability. Our off-campus coordinators also offer distance education options.

For more details on the relevant courses, assigned professors, and off-campus availability, please visit the Courses Page.

Getting in to the Psychology major

You can be admitted as a PrePsychology major as soon as you are admitted to USU. To officially move in to the Psychology major from the Pre Psychology major you will need to have completed the pre-psychology courses which can be found here.

look here to find requirement sheets, applications, planners, and so forth.

Help is always available at the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office

FAQ for Online Psychology Degree