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Degrees Offered in Psychology

Psychology (BS)

Students in Drexel's BS in Psychology learn how to frame and find answers to important questions regarding human behavior, cognition and emotion, and how to apply their findings to improve lives. Students have the opportunity to conduct research alongside the department’s distinguished faculty, who lead innovative research and clinical projects in areas including health, forensic, cognitive, human experimental, neuro and clinical psychology.

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Psychology (Accelerated BS/MS)

The Accelerated BS/MS in Psychology program provides an opportunity for select undergraduate students to complete their undergraduate education and master’s curriculum in 5 years. Through this program, potential BS/MS students are identified when first admitted as undergraduate psychology majors. Following a review and streamlined admittance process, up to 5 students can be selected per program year. In the event that vacant spaces exist for students in any given program year, students may also be selected from undergraduate psychology majors in good standing who apply for the program in their junior year of undergraduate study.

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Psychology (Minor)

The Minor in Psychology provides students with the skills to analyze individual psychological processes to better understand, explain and predict human behavior. Students must meet with a psychology faculty member to discuss the courses that best fit their major and interests. The minor may also be of interest to students who have an interest in a double major but are unable to satisfy all of the requirements in two major fields.

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Psychology (MS)

The Master of Science in Psychology is ideal for students who wish to pursue advanced education in scientific psychology and research methods. This research-based program allows students to take their first step into graduate education and begin a path toward further educational and career opportunities. The curriculum trains students in a range of research experiences in neurocognitive and behavioral sciences.

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Psychology, Clinical (PhD)

Drexel University’s PhD in Clinical Psychology trains clinical psychologists in the scientist-practitioner model. This model places roughly equal emphasis on clinical research and the application of scientific principles, with an emphasis on the integration of psychological science and practice. Students receive a broad education that includes training in intervention and assessment, as well as an introduction to the science and practice of clinical psychology. The program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association. The Drexel program offers four concentrations: Clinical Neuropsychology, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Forensic Psychology, and Health Psychology.

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Psychology, Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences (PhD)

Drexel University’s PhD in Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences (ACBS) is a research-intensive program emphasizing psychological questions of real-world significance, grounded in fundamental issues and methods of basic science. The ACBS program was designed to be small to offer personal interaction with mentors. It emphasizes rigorous quantitative and methodological training to empower students to pursue research without technical limitations.

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Psychology + Law (PhD,JD)

The Thomas R. Kline School of Law and the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences offer a joint and integrated JD/PhD in Law and Psychology. The program aims to bridge the gap between law — which relies on rules concerning evidence, proof, and precedent in order to settle conflicts that require immediate resolution — and psychology, which views problems through an empirical lens, evaluating questions but rarely ending in a final verdict. Students gain an appreciation and competency in both traditions, mastering the methods, languages, and epistemologies of each.

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