About this course
The Doctor of Philosophy in psychology program will provide graduate students with the knowledge, skills and experiences necessary to become successful producers of research, investigating the structures, processes and products of the mind. Psychology is a broad discipline that interfaces with the biological and social sciences. This graduate program is organized around two concentrations that together comprehensively cover psychological science: (1) biological and basic processes, and (2) social and behavioral sciences. These concentrations represent two broad areas that focus on psychological phenomena from different orientations in moderately overlapping but distinguishable content areas.
Graduate students will have broad exposure to both concentrations that will be extended by an intensive inquiry specialized in one concentration.
Students will apply for admission in either the biological and basic processes concentration or the social and behavioral sciences concentration.
- TOEFL: 550 (Paper), 213 (Computer), 79 (internet)
- IELTS: 6.5
- Other equivalent qualifications.