Widener University students in psychology — the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes — receive high-level instruction in the classroom and gain real-world experience outside of campus classrooms.
Why study psychology at Widener?
- Research opportunities abound, such as a recent project in which four psychology majors studied the perceptions derived from individual Facebook pages.
- You can join the Psychology Club and a chapter of Psi Chi, the national psychology honor society.
- A pre-clinical psychology program prepares undergraduate psychology majors for admission into Widener’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology Doctor of Psychology Program.
If you are interested in studying the complexities of human behavior and the processes of the mind, please visit campus and meet with our faculty and students.