CEAP Scholarships are available to Psychology Majors!
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Located in the College of Education and Allied Professions, the Department of Psychology offers you a wide range of psychology courses and training experiences at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology
- Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology
- Specialist in School Psychology
We also offer a minor in Psychology.
Pathways to Psychology for Transfer Students
Leaving one college to enroll in another school can be confusing. At Western we want to turn the confusion into confidence.
Yes, you will be learning about a new campus, new professors and new courses, but these changes should be exciting and full of possibility. We believe our university, our faculty and our program are a great combination. We think you will find that our combination can be just right as your next college and as your pathway into psychology.
What does the pathway to WCU look like?
Psychological Services Clinic
The department also is home to the WCU Psychological Services Clinic, a not-for-profit training program that allows our graduate students to provide services to the public under the supervision of clinical and/or school psychology faculty.
To learn more about the department or talk with us about studying psychology at WCU, please contact us with your questions.
Instructional Technology Support
Our college provides educational and research support through consultation, instruction and equipment checkout (e.g., cameras, voice recorders) through the Instructional Technology Support.