The Psychology Department offers graduate degrees at the doctoral level in a number of fields. We have a rich, long history of granting graduate level degrees, beginning in 1948, and we offer multiple courses of study. We do not, however, offer training in either clinical or counseling psychology.
- Applied Social and Community Psychology
- Human Factors and Applied Cognition Psychology
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Lifespan Developmental Psychology
- School Psychology
Students apply to an area and benefit from cross-disciplinary coursework and research across areas.
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Taking the next step in your academic career can be both exciting and stressful. Our top-notch community of graduate students and faculty will help you find a place in our community. We want to support your unique goals and interests — and work alongside you to think and do the extraordinary. Get a sense of the collaborative environment on campus in this video about Graduate Student Visiting Day.
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