Life as a psychology major at ASU’s Tempe campus
When you join the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus, you’ll work in a collaborative environment with renowned faculty and other students to explore psychological issues. You’ll learn how to see the world from a different perspective through research and scientific inquiry while building critical thinking skills. Plus, you’ll develop an understanding of human behavior relative to any career.
You’ll also have access to one of the best advisory support programs at ASU. Our highly educated and experienced advisors are committed to helping our students reach their desired career path as a caseworker, child development specialist, psychiatric technician, criminal investigator or any other position in the field of psychology and beyond.
Enrich your undergraduate experience
In addition to a breadth of opportunities and discoveries in the classroom environment, there are plenty of ways to enrich your undergraduate experience as a psychology student.
- Psychology Internships – Enhance your resume with relevant job experience in your field of study by taking part in a psychology internship.
- Student Groups for Undergraduates – Join a student group to network with fellow students in your major who share your interests.
- International Honors Society in Psychology (Psi Chi) – Become a member of our honors program for academic recognition and creative development.
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities – Get involved in one of our research lab facilities to help solve some of society’s most prominent issues.
Each of our student enrichment activities and clubs are geared toward helping you succeed after graduation whether in your intended career path or as a graduate student earning a master’s or doctorate degree. We encourage you to get involved so you can reach your fullest potential, personally and professionally.