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Psychology, BS

Psychology, BS

Study the Mind and Behavior

Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. By unlocking many of the mysteries behind human behavior through a psychology degree, you are prepared to enter a variety of career fields. If you plan on furthering your education, USU's program helps you meet prerequisites for graduate programs.

Degree at a Glance

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*Final tuition and fees may vary on a case by case basis. Please contact the Utah State University registrar’s department, or see the last page in the USU Tuition & Fee schedule for full information regarding tuition and fees.

Career Outlook for Graduates

The majority of students continue their education, earning master's and doctorate degrees. If you decide to stop after earning your bachelor's, you can pursue a career as a probation and parole officer, career counselor, rehabilitation specialist, psychiatric technician, and more.


Median Pay*

  • Probation Officer – $58,790
  • Career Counselor – $56,310
  • Rehabilitation Specialist – $35,630
  • Psychiatric Technician – $30,860

*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2018

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Why Earn a Psychology Degree from USU Online

USU strives to give students hands-on experience before they graduate. The Department of Psychology faculty will give you research opportunities. You will also be assisted in completing an apprenticeship to gain experience in a professional setting. 

USU's Department of Psychology has published more than 350 articles in science journals, written eight books, and received $17.5 million in external funding over the past five years. They are dedicated to ensuring you get the best education possible.

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The First Step is a Conversation. Talk to Becca.

Becca Boman

Becca Boman
Undergraduate Advisor
(435) 797-1456