24AUG 2016
University of Kansas Counseling Psychology

University of Kansas Counseling Psychology

The Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology was first accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association in 1955. If you have questions about our program s accreditation status, please contact: Established in 1955, the doctoral program in counseling psychology trains generalists who are able to engage in a variety activities ranging from…

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23AUG 2016
Graduate Degrees in Psychology

Graduate Degrees in Psychology

Our graduate Ph.D. program provides concentrations of study in four distinct (although interacting) program areas: Clinical Psychology; Cognition and Neural Systems (CNS); Ethology and Evolutionary Psychology (EEP); and Social Psychology. In addition, we offer sub-programs of specialization: Program Evaluation and Research Methods (PERM) and Forensic Psychology. These graduate…

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22AUG 2016
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology

Every Fall William James College enrolls a class of approximately 100 students into the Clinical PsyD program. In educational achievement, life experience, age, interest, and cultural and socio-economic background, William James College students are a varied group. They range in age from early twenties to late fifties, from people holding masters degrees in psychology and related…

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22AUG 2016
Business Psychology major

Business Psychology major

One of the first questions from people considering psychology as a college major is: “What can I do with a degree in psychology?” The answer to this question is, “Anything”! An undergraduate education at PAU is aimed at developing students’ intellectual capacity in order to thrive in a wide variety of professions. Major: By studying business, students will gain the administrative…

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21AUG 2016
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs

About the Program For more than half a century, the psychology department at Fordham has successfully trained students for practice, research, and teaching in clinical psychology. We seek to prepare students broadly for multiple careers in psychology. To ensure this diverse education, we maintain a theoretically eclectic faculty and admit students whose theoretical orientations…

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21AUG 2016
Schools for Forensic Psychology

Schools for Forensic Psychology

Forensic psychology combines the study and application of psychology and the law. The two main areas of forensic psychology are applied forensic psychology and research. Applied forensic psychology encompasses several areas, including psychological assessment of criminal offenders, attending to the mental health needs of inmates through individual and group therapy, counseling…

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20AUG 2016
Purdue Counseling Psychology

Purdue Counseling Psychology

It is always an exciting time to be at Purdue! Purdue University is one of the largest and most prestigious university in the nation and the world, and has an international student enrollment that is among the top three public universities. The Counseling Psychology (CPSY) program, which is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association…

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