One Major, Many Jobs

Psychology is the study of human behavior and mental experiences like emotion and memory. As a Psychology major, you will learn how personal, psychological, social and environmental conditions influence action and thought. Through research and independent study, you'll learn how science is now better able to predict, understand and influence behavior. Because psychology is fundamentally about the study of human beings, it is applicable to a wide range of careers and graduate school options, including human services, education and business. 

This degree is available on-campus or fully online.

What Will I Learn?

A strong grasp of psychology requires knowledge of each of its sub-areas. Students gain this understanding by completing courses in four main core areas: Physiological/Cognitive, Social/Personality, Developmental, and Clinical. They choose additional courses to meet individual needs with the help of a psychology advisor. Furthermore, students who major in Psychology learn to evaluate and conduct research, and to apply what they have learned in their courses to the world outside of the classroom. Learn More.

Internships & Teaching Assistant
UWGB offers internships, research & teaching assistantships, honors projects and independent studies available with Fortune 500 companies like AmeriCorps, Humana, Schneider National, Inc. Learn More »
Get Involved
The Psychology and Human Development Club is a student organization that is open to all students. They put together volunteer activities, social events, informational sessions, and a host of other activities. Learn More »
Endless Career Opportunities
Psychologists, Higher Education Administrators, Substance Abuse Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Lawyers, Guidance Counselors and more are all possibilities. Learn More »
Scholarships Available Now
Scholarships are offered each spring to qualifying Psychology majors! These are just for Psychology majors and can greatly reduce the cost of school, making it affordable and achievable. Learn More »

Become a Phoenix

UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

Why Visit UW-Green Bay?
How Do I Get Started?

Learn More on Psychology

UW-Green Bay's Ryan Martin

Meet Ryan Martin

Ryan Martin, Ph.D., is the chair of the Psychology program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a nationally known anger researcher. His work focuses on healthy and unhealthy expressions of anger, including how we express anger online. He teaches courses on mental illness, emotion, research methods, and anger and violence. He also hosts the popular UW-Green Bay Psychology podcast, Psychology and Stuff, along with a podcast on anger and violence that he co-hosts with Dr. Chuck Rybak called All the Rage.

Ryan is here to help! If you have any questions about the Psychology program please contact us!

View all our brilliant Psychology professors.

Honor Society - Psi Chi

The mission of Psi Chi is to produce well-educated, ethical and socially responsible members committed to the science and profession of psychology and to society in general. Psi Chi members enjoy international honor and recognition, help in seeking out employment and graduate school, and the chance to make friends and join a great community. In addition, Psi Chi offers recognition, awards and financial grants as well as the chance to attend exciting conferences and develop your leadership skills!

Student Organization - PsycHD

The Psychology and Human Development Club (PsycHD) is a student organization that is open to all students. They put together volunteer activities, social events, informational sessions, and a variety of other activities for students to learn about and become engaged in the Psychology major. Learn more.

Contact Us

920-465-2111
uwgb@uwgb.edu

For more information on Psychology or UW-Green Bay, please contact us.

Tell Me More