Areas of Specialization
Our graduate program represents a broad spectrum of perspectives in psychology. Graduate psychology incorporates eight different program areas. Students apply directly to one of these eight areas depending on their interests. While there is a common core of expertise across areas, there is considerable specialized knowledge and skill developed within each area as well.
New students begin working with faculty on collaborative research during their very first semester. Our goal is to produce highly accomplished scholars and researchers who can function at a high level in a variety of occupational roles.
- Biological Psychopathology (BP)
- Clinical Science and Psychology Research Program (CSPR)
- Cognitive and Brain Science (CAB)
- Counseling Psychology
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O)
- Personality, Individual Differences and Behavior Genetics (PIB)
- Quantitative/Psychometric Methods (QPM)
- Social Psychology