Psychology Degree Online
Digitize Your Degree
Study psychology online and on your time.
At UW-Green Bay, we pride ourselves on the ability to change and adapt to meet the needs of our students. That’s why we’re offering a fully online psychology degree, with the same professors as our in-person program so you have access to the same opportunities.
What To Expect Online
Our online psychology courses aren't just about reading the material and taking the test. At UW-Green Bay, we create an engaging, dynamic learning environment with classes taught by professors, not TAs.
What You'll Learn Online
Our online psychology program is not separate from the in-person experience. You’ll learn alongside other students and even get internship and honors projects opportunities.
How Online Classes Work
Wondering what online psychology class will be like? Online coursework typically includes the following:
- video lectures
- discussion forums
- quizzes & exams
Here For You
We might not be in the same room – or even the same state – but we are on your side.
Professors are experts in their areas. To stay on top of psychology knowledge, they’re often in the lab one day and teaching in the classroom the next. They’re not just passionate about the field, either – they’re passionate about students too. They can help connect you with honors projects, internships and student clubs – even online, these opportunities are still possible! If and when you need support, professors are here for you with:
- Online office hours
- Direct email
- Individual appointments
Earn Your Psychology Degree Online
Online education offers the convenience and flexibility most working adults need, without sacrificing any of the learning. Not every student can be on campus, and we understand that. You have a busy life, and our online education programs offer the flexibility you need to continue working toward your degree. If you are new to online learning, let our advisors show you how it works. If you're seeking credit for prior learning, get a free unofficial transfer credit evaluation. Request an appointment with an admissions counselor to learn about your options as an online student.
Questions? Just Ask!
Having trouble deciding whether to get your Psychology degree online or in-person? Contact Bethany Welch, our specific advisor for all online psychology students. She can help you choose the best route for your career aspirations.