The Department of Psychology offers several graduate programs:
MS Psychology - The MS program is designed for students interested in advanced education in scientific psychology in order to obtain further educational or career opportunities.
PhD (Clinical) - The PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Clinical Psychology places equal emphasis on clinical research and the application of scientific principles.
PhD (Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences – ACBS) - The PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Cognitive and Brain Science is designed for students who wish to pursue a research-based career in human experimental psychology with a concentration in applied cognitive and brain science.
JD/PhD - The JD/PhD program is a joint and integrated program in Law and Psychology. The program melds two successful endeavors: the JD degree in the Earle Mack School of Law and the PhD in clinical psychology in the Department of Psychology.