Study the brain, mind and human behavior as an undergraduate psychology student. ASU's Department of Psychology offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs in psychology as well as a Bachelor of Science in psychological science. While they are similar, these program options help you engage in coursework that is compatible with your desired career path. Learn more about the prerequisites and admissions process.
The Masters of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis in the Department of Psychology is a full-time, intensive two-year (plus summer) program. This science-based master’s program prepares you to sit for certification, which puts you on a path toward competitiveness in the job market. In addition to completing ASU's online Graduate Education application, prospective students must meet various requirements. Learn more about those requirements and the graduate admissions process.
The Department of Psychology offers graduate studies that lead to a doctoral degree (with a master’s degree in passing). We offer programs in the following areas: behavioral neuroscience, clinical psychology, cognitive science, developmental psychology, quantitative psychology and social psychology. The admission process varies depending on your desired program. Learn more about the requirements and apply today.