From application to graduation,
earn your UM-Flint Psychology degree
completely online!

Our accredited online psychology program allows you to earn your Michigan degree no matter your schedule or distance from campus. You will enjoy the same faculty mentorship, professional advising, and quality courses as our face-to-face students, with the convenience of an online format. You will also have the benefit of fully online support services, including:

  • virtual computer lab
  • online tutoring
  • Blackboard orientation and guides
  • 24/7 access to library resources
  • online student helpdesk

You will begin with a First Year Experience (FYE) course designed to help you be successful in an online environment. From there, you will have a wide variety of options in the UM-Flint psychology program and in your general education courses--allowing you to craft a psychology degree that fits your unique interests and goals. Learn at your own pace and on your own schedule. Courses available in spring, summer, fall, and winter semesters.

Fall 2018 registration is now open!
Classes begin September 4.

To begin, contact our psychology department advisor, Nicole Altheide, at nrock@umflint.edu or (810) 762-3096. She is available to meet in person, talk on the phone, or connect via Skype. You can also schedule an advising appointment online.

2018 Psychology alumna: Amber Stabenau

"I took all of my Psychology classes online. Most of my experience with the Psychology faculty was completely online. They were all very helpful and seemed to truly care about my goals and my success."

2017 Psychology Alumnus: Brandon Taylor

Brandon Taylor graduated in 2017 with his BS in Research Psychology. He is now working as a full-time reserach assistant for MSU at the College of Human Medicine. He's part of the SPIRIT Study (Suicide Prevention Intervention for At-Risk Individuals in Transition). His work investigates suicide prevention and is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.

2002 Psychology Alumnus: Clarence "Cee Jay" Jennings, Jr.

“Going back to school after such a long delay made that first semester tough,” said Jennings. I was working, raising a family, taking 18 credit hours, and just trying to survive it all." Fortunately, Jennings soon found the support at UM-Flint that he needed. This support, combined with Jennings’ own hard work and perseverance, helped him earn his degree.