Department of Psychological Science
The Dept of Psychological Science is closed until March 31st. You can contact the department by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact email@example.com. Please email your professor with any questions regarding your specific course.
Summer and fall 2020 registration are underway. Dr. Shaw is available for advising support. Please email Dr. Shaw directly with your questions so she can help you build a course plan for the next academic year (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The WSU Department of Psychological Science is committed to excellence in undergraduate training in the science of psychology. Our integrative approach ensures that psychology graduates leave satisfied with the quality and breadth of their instruction. Students receive the highest caliber of classroom instruction and professionally authentic experiences in research and community engagement. Practicum courses allow students to form research and service experiences in real-life settings. Our curriculum emphasizes students acquiring knowledge about the discipline, applying that knowledge to real-world situations, adopting scientific and ethical values, attitudes and beliefs and gaining interpersonal and communication skills.
For the most recent Department Advising Handbook click here.
Summer Office hours: Mon-Th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, closed on Friday. For the month of July contact the department to check availability.
What is Psychology? Click here to find out!
PSY CHI Research Study
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Please join Psy Chi in a research study evaluating childhood experience, emotion, and cognition and earn up to $10, all Weber State University students are eligible. To sign up use the following link.
Volunteer Opportunities are listed below
For information on employment opportunities see the New Work Opportunities page
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Psi Chi Honor Society Psychology Club
The Weber State Psychology Department has many opportunities for students to get involved.