The Department of Psychology has 21 full-time tenure-track faculty members, over 200 undergraduate majors, and over 100 graduate students in mental health counseling, school psychology, applied behavior analysis, and experimental psychology.
Psychology is generally defined as the science of the behavior of individual organisms. The field offers tremendous diversity in terms of the ways in which behavior is studied and, therefore, you can tailor many of your course selections to fit with your career plans.
At CWU, a 45-credit Psychology major is available to students who are pursuing a second major or a minor in a related field. A 60-credit major program is available to students who have not declared a second major or a related minor.
Details of the available programs are listed in the menu "Undergraduate Programs"
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