Ph.D in Psychology

Tulane University
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Qualification
Doctoral Degree (PhD)
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
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Intakes
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Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • Achievement in college courses, performance on standardized tests (GRE, TSE, TOEFL)
  • Demonstrated interest and experience in research, as indicated through letters of reference, research presentations
  • Applicants under serious consideration by the faculty are invited to Tulane for an interview

Curriculum

Fall

7610 Psychological Assessment I
7020 Developmental Psychology
6090 Univariate Statistics I 
7230 Professional Issues in Psychology 
dddd (1-credit)
7820 Practicum

Spring

7610 Psychological Assessment II
7400 Developmental Psychopathology
6110 Intermediate Statistics
7820 Practicum

Fall

7630 Behavioral Assessment and Intervention
7160 Children of Color 
dddd (rotates with Advanced Adolescence)
XXXXdResearch Methods
7640 Family Therapy 
dddd (rotates with Child Dev. & Early Ed)
7820 Practicum

 

Spring

7660 Cognitive Behavior Therapy 
6130 Multivariate Statistics
XXXX Crisis Intervention 
ddd d(rotates with School Mental Health)
7030 Cognitive Neuroscience
7820 Practicum
Fall

7000 Social Psychology
7810 School Consultation 
dddd (rotates every other Fall)
XXXX Child Dev. & Early Ed.
dddd (rotates with Family Th)
7150 Advanced Adolescence 
dddd (rotates with Children of Color)
7820 Practicum

 

Spring

7680 Professional School Psychology
7090 Physiological Psychology
dddd (rotates every other Spring)
7690 School Mental Health 
dddd (rotates with Crisis Intervention)
6180 History and Systems
7820 Practicum

Fall

7470 Cognitive Psychology
7100 Psychopharmacology 
dddd (elective)
XXXX Supervision
7820 Practicum

Spring

XXXX Educational Systems and Law
7390 Infancy
7030 Cognitive Neuroscience
7450 Linear Structural Modeling 
dddd (elective)
7820 Practicum

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