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Department of Psychology

The Utah State Psychology Department is home to seven graduate specializations and a thriving undergraduate major. With more than 170 PhDs awarded our alumni network is rapidly growing. Students from many different walks of life have found a home and place of belonging in Logan, Utah. The department’s commitment to seeking and training diverse students and faculty has created a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our mission is to make substantial contributions to the development of new knowledge. Department interests across ethnic/cultural communities, identity, and rural populations develops well rounded, professional and knowledgeable graduates. 

We are dedicated to facilitating student professional and academic growth as well as fostering a strong commitment to ethical practice in psychology. Learn more about diversity efforts in the Psychology department.

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Doing unto the Least of These: Applied Behavioral Science and Public Health Integration at the Margins of Society

Doing unto the Least of These: Applied Behavioral Science and Public Health Integration at the Margins of Society

10/18/2021

The Utah State Psychology Department and Dr. Kaston Anderson-Carpenter, Michigan State University, present Doing unto the Least of These: Applied Behavioral Science and Public Health Integration at the Margins of Society.

Virtual Graduate Open Houses and Information Sessions

Virtual Graduate Open Houses and Information Sessions

10/15/2021

Join the USU Psychology Department at one or more of our digital open houses and information sessions. Each open house will provide applicants with more information about that program or specialization, review the application requirements, and discuss stu...

Psychology Community Connects with Refugee Kids through Soccer

Psychology Community Connects with Refugee Kids through Soccer

10/04/2021

Graduate students, faculty, and partners of the Utah State Psychology Department meet with refugee kids on Saturdays for a soccer club started by Dr. Sara Boghosian and José Manuel Gonzalez Vera Combined Clinical/Counseling Psychology specialization.