Prospective Students

Why choose Psychology at Weber State University?

What will I learn in the program?

Once you have taken an introductory psychology course and classes in basic statistics and research methods, you can tailor your coursework in many different ways. Whether your interests are in counseling, child and family issues, neuroscience, corrections, research, graduate study in psychology, or other areas such as law, business, political science, and personnel, your adviser can help you develop your course of study and help you choose the courses that are the best "fit" for your career goals.

In addition, the WSU psychology program provides a variety of practicum to broaden your education in counseling, corrections, community organizations/clubs, schools, and community centers. These opportunities enable you to learn and apply interpersonal skills with a diverse group of children and adult populations while working or volunteering on a job. 

Degrees/certificates Available

Employment Opportunities

A Bachelor's Degree in Psychology can be your first step in a career in:

  • School Counseling/Clinical Psychology

  • Marriage and Family Therapy

  • Mental Health Services

  • Corrections

  • Human Resources

  • Analysis (designing surveys, collecting, and analyzing data)

  • Marketing/Business

  • Government Services

For more information, go to Career Services

 College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Advising

Is there an application deadline?

Although there is no application deadline, we encourage you to apply early and register for classes. Contact the psychology department for specific information or to schedule an advisement time.