Graduate Programs

The Department of Psychology offers graduate study leading to the M.A. degree in Psychological Sciences (including social, cognitive, and biological psychology) and to the Ph.D. degree in Psychological Sciences and Clinical Psychology. We believe that a quality graduate education involves close working relationships between faculty and individual students. A high faculty-to-student ratio and small class size characterize our graduate programs. In addition, each student works with at least one faculty member as a means of gaining valuable teaching, research, and professional experience. There are many opportunities for individualized study and experience in research directed readings and supervised teaching. A committee, representing the student’s interests, assists in planning an appropriate graduate program for each student.

  • Clinical Student Admissions, Outcome, and Other Data
  • Clinical Doctoral applications are due to both the Graduate School and the Psychology Department by December 1st.
  • Psychological Science graduate applications are due to both the Graduate School and the Psychology Department by December 31st.