Graduate Psychology Schools in Michigan

Graduate Psychology Schools in Michigan

Graduate Psychology Schools in Michigan with Degree Program Overviews

University of Michigan’s Graduate Psychology Programs

The University of Michigan’s diverse doctoral program in psychology is currently ranked third among national universities by the U.S. News & World Report, and candidates have the ability to pursue an advanced education in one of six areas of psychology. Upon graduation, students are able to demonstrate a solid knowledge of the broad subject of psychology, a masterful grasp of their chosen field of specialty, an ability to organize, interpret, and communicate effectively with both peers and patients, and superior research skills.

Ph.D in Biopsychology

Students that enroll in the doctoral program for Biopsychology are required to embrace the belief that the studies of behavior and biology are both enhanced when they are combined together in common purpose. The program is strongly based in clinical and field research, so students might be engaged in a wide variety of tasks from field observations of animal social behavior to recruiting human subjects for computer-mediated surveys. No matter what specialty is chosen, students are encouraged to work closely with faculty members that have similar interests to their own.

Ph.D in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience

At the University of Michigan, scholars in the Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience program are especially interested in gaining and applying new skills in mathematics, statistics, neuroscience, and/or artificial intelligence as well as in general psychology. This program employs curriculum that allows students to choose from several specializations that combine these technical skills in rigorous approaches to research and treatment development in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience.

Contact Information

Address: 1012 East Hall, 530 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1043

Phone Number: 734-764-2580

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