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Graduate Psychology Schools in Minnesota

Graduate Psychology Schools in Minnesota with Degree Program Overviews

University of Minnesota’s Graduate Psychology Programs

Since the University of Minnesota first opened the doors of its Department of Psychology back in 1919, it has consistently ranked as one of the top ten graduate psychology departments in the U.S. ever since 1957 when the first comparative quality survey was conducted. The prestige of this program of study is owed in part to the expert faculty which provides a combination of classroom instruction and advanced seminar participation, and work one-on-one with student researchers to further their particular field of interest.

Ph.D in Counseling Psychology

The doctoral program in Counseling Psychology at the University of Minnesota exists to provide students with a diverse foundation in the psychological sciences and encourages candidates to take an empirical-research perspective while honing their skills as future counseling experts. Candidates that complete this program will have gained a fuller understanding of our changing societal demographics, the way that globalization is affecting the way that individuals interact, and the importance of relevant research and mental health services in these unfamiliar times.

Ph.D in Social Psychology

Students that are accepted into the doctoral program for Social Psychology at the University of Minnesota have the opportunity to embark on a journey that will provide them with an advanced understanding of both basic and applied research methods in the psychology of social interactions and personality development, with an emphasis on developing research skills through course work and interdisciplinary research opportunities supervised by faculty.

Contact Information

Address: N218 Elliott Hall, 75 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0344

Phone Number: 612-625-2818

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