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Department of Psychology

The Utah State Psychology Department is home to seven graduate level programs and a thriving undergraduate major. With more than 150 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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Utah State Psychology Department Confers 150th PhD

Utah State Psychology Department Confers 150th PhD


The Utah State Department of Psychology conferred its 150th PhD to Kaitlyn Browning. Browning received a doctoral degree in psychology with an emphasis in behavior analysis.

Michael Levin

Dr. Michael Levin's Featured Publication Spotlight


Dr. Levin is a Professor within the USU Psychology Department in the Combined Clinical and Counseling Psychology doctoral program.

Department Spotlight: Makinzie Clark

Department Spotlight: Makinzie Clark


Makinzie Clark is a graduate of the Utah State University Professional School Counselor Program with a master’s degree in education in psychology.