Who is my adviser?The Department Adviser assists psychology majors and minors (including psychology teaching majors and minors) with annual academic planning. The Department Chair performs all graduation evaluations and assists all transfer and Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) students with academic planning. Individual department faculty provide graduate school and career advising for students interested in their specific areas of expertise (e.g., biopsychology, counseling). The Social Sciences Adviser (801.626.7809, SS 138) advises psychology majors on their general education requirements for the Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees and basic University information. Appointments with the Department Adviser and Chair should be scheduled with the Department Secretary; appointments with individual department faculty should be scheduled directly. Current appointment times for the Department Adviser and Chair can be found on the Department Calendar.
What are the Psychology Program Requirements?
We suggest that you start with the WSU Psychology Department Advising Handbook. The Handbook is designed to answer many of the most frequently asked questions. You can also refer to the handouts and presentations below.
WSU Psychology Department Advising Handbook:
- 2013-2014 Catalog Year
- 2012-2013 Catalog Year
- 2011-2012 Catalog Year
- 2010-2011 Catalog Year
- 2009-2010 Catalog Year
- Departmental Honors Info Sheet
- What's Next? Handout for students finishing Introductory Psychology
- The School Psychologist: Researcher, Practitioner, Leader
- What can I do with a Bachelors degree in Psychology?