Psychology Graduate Program

Graduate work in the Department of Psychology is designed to prepare students for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and a career of productive scholarship in psychological science.

The program offers specialization in diverse areas, including behavioral economics, cognitive neuroscience, developmental psychology, language, learning and memory, perception and cognition, the psychology of inequality, social neuroscience, social psychology, and systems neuroscience. Interdisciplinary programs leading to joint degrees in psychology and neuroscience or psychology and social policy are offered.

Additional information and requirements for the Psychology Graduate Program (PDF)


Please contact the graduate administrator with any questions.