Graduate Programs


Behavioral Neuroscience

Students develop and refine research skills to direct programmatic research in the field of Behavioral Neuroscience. Students will take graduate courses to provide an academic foundation for a research career and work in the research lab of a designated mentor to facilitate skill acquisition.

Masters Program Doctoral Program

Clinical Psychology

Students are prepared to become clinical psychologists for careers in teaching, research, mental health services administration/program development, supervision, and direct clinical services.

Doctoral Program

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Students learn both theoretical and practical considerations important to doing research on topics including job analysis, employment testing, personnel selection, job attitudes, job dynamics, and/or working in an organization.

Masters Program Doctoral Program

Specialized Training

Behavioral Medicine Gender StudiesTrauma Studies University Teaching