We offer a single doctoral degree which may be earned in one of the following programs: Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology, or Brain, Behavior, and Quantitative Science. Students admitted to one of these programs enter with the expectation of continuing graduate study through the Ph.D. as the department does not offer a terminal Master's degree.
All of our programs boast distinguished and award-winning faculty, notable research publications, and a deep foundation in the historical progress of psychological advances. You can read more about our faculty's research interests and publications on our Faculty page.
A separate clinical child psychology training program has been developed for doctoral students in an interdepartmental program with the Department of Applied Behavioral Science. If you are interested in applying to the Clinical Child Psychology Program please view their admissions page. Please direct any questions to Lauren Bias.