Psychology undergraduate admissions

Academic advising

It is important to meet with an academic advisor to explain the psychology plan of work and assist with a general education degree audit.

Schedule an appointment with an academic advisor

Applying as a transfer student

If you are planning on transferring to Wayne State from another university or community college, be sure to check out the admissions transfer page for information on how to get the process started and to meet with an academic advisor for the plan of work.

Psychology Major Information Meeting

Prospective and current WSU students who are considering majoring or minoring in psychology should attend to learn about the major and opportunities within the field. It is also helpful for individuals who are considering pursuing psychology as a second career and/or graduate studies. Meetings will cover psychology major requirements, information about graduate school, research experience, volunteer experience, the GRE, career resources, tips for success and much more. Attendance at one of the meetings is mandatory for all psychology majors. Students are encouraged to attend as soon as possible.

RSVP for an information meeting

Scholarships

Learn more about financial aid and scholarships available.

Career and graduate school options

What can you do with a psychology degree? Learn more about career and graduate school options in psychology.

Courses and requirements

Wayne State offers a large number and variety of undergraduate courses covering many areas of psychology. Check out the class schedule to see what classes are currently being offered.

Learn more about major, minor, and departmental honors requirements for psychology.

Research opportunities and travel support

Students are encouraged to explore and participate in undergraduate psychology research opportunities.

Campus resources

Learn more about various campus resources and services available.

Psychology student organizations

Students are encouraged to become involved in the life of the department by getting involved in one or more of these student organizations.