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Doctoral Program in Psychology
The goal of the Psychology Department’s doctoral program is to familiarize students with the theories and methods of psychology in their own and other specialties, so they will be able to make original contributions in research, teaching, and applied work.
The Ph.D. is a research and scholarly degree, and it is expected that students will be engaged in research throughout their graduate program. The ultimate goal of the graduate curriculum is to enable students to formulate interesting research questions and to put those questions to adequate empirical test. Therefore, student research is a basic and integral component of graduate work.
For further information and resources, please see the following:
|Doctoral Student Handbook (Fall 2012)||444.4 KB|
|Guide to the Clinical Psychology Program (Fall 2012)||339.95 KB|
|Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data for Clinical Doctoral Program||244.28 KB|
|Overview of Doctoral Program and Admissions Procedures||457.25 KB|
|List of Faculty Research Interests||316.82 KB|