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The following is a list of Masters in Psychology programs throughout Indiana.

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Ball State University
2000 University Ave, Muncie, IN 47306
Master of Arts in Social Psychology Master's Online
PhD in Educational Psychology (School) Master's Campus
Master of Arts in Applied Social Psychology Master's Online
MA/EdS in School Psychology Master's Campus
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Master's Campus
Master of Science in Quantitative Psychology Master's Online
Master of Arts in Educational Psychology Master's Online
Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis Master's Online
Doctoral Degree (PhD) in Educational Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Master of Arts in Counseling Master's Campus
Calumet College of Saint Joseph
2400 New York Ave, Whiting, IN 46394
Calumet College of Saint Joseph currently runs a B.S. degree in Psychology. This course is designed to make sure you get the skills, knowledge and values you need in order to prepare you for graduate degrees, or to start working in various psychological fields. What sets the university apart is that they are small and orientated on families and family values. They have small classes, because they want to be able to make sure everybody gets the most out of their learning process. Additionally, as a student, you will be treated and supported as an individual. It is for this reason that they do not have any out-of-state tuition either. [full profile]
Master of Arts in Psychology Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Psychology Major in Marriage and Family Therapy Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Psychology Major in Mental Health Counseling Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Psychology Major in School Counseling Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Industrial Organizational Psychology Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Industrial Organizational Psychology (Online) Master's Online
Master of Science (M.S) in Counseling Psychology Master's Online
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Clinical Psychology PhD/Doctorate Online
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Industrial Organizational Pscyhology PhD/Doctorate Online
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in General Psychology PhD/Doctorate Online
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) in Clinical Psychology PhD/Doctorate Online
Indiana State University
210 N 7th St, Terre Haute, IN 47809
The General Experimental Master's Program at Indiana State University is designed to help you on your way towards a Ph.D., or to start work within the community in the field of experimental psychology. The program places a strong focus on research skills, which opens a wide range of employment opportunities. Indiana State University is one of the older universities in the country. They have always had a strong focus on creating communities of alumni, using their own team colors, team mascots, fight songs and even special days to celebrate and reward achievement. Clearly, it is a university that is rich in tradition. [full profile]
Masters in Experimental Psychology Master's Campus
Clinical Psychology Doctorate PhD/Doctorate Campus
Doctorate in Cognitive Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Doctorate in Counseling Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Doctorate in Social Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Indiana University-Northwest
3400 Broadway, Gary, IN 46408-1197
Indiana University-Northwest's Department of Psychology offers a few different options for psychology majors and degrees. The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Degrees can be obtained. One of these is a specialization in Gender Studies which acts as a stepping stone in to the Bachelor of Arts which helps to prepare students for further study at higher level. The Masters Degree focuses on Clinical Counseling which gives students the valuable knowledge and skills needed to obtain a position in an Addictions Counseling position. They can also provide undergraduate coursework on request for those wanting to increase the chances of being accepted onto a high level program. [full profile]
Masters in Clinical Counseling with Specialization in Drug and Alcohol Counseling Master's Campus
Masters of Arts in Sport Psychology Master's Online
Masters of Arts in Sport Psychology -Clinical PsyD Master's Online
Masters of Arts in Sport Psychology - MBA Dual Degree Master's Online
Graduate Certificate in Exercise and Sport Performance Certificate Online
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
425 University Blvd, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5143
At Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, you can take part in a number of different psychology graduate programs. One option is a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, but you could also choose the MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology or the Ph.D. in Addiction Neuroscience. The university is dedicated to making sure you have a positive learning experience. Hence, they deliver their tuition in small classes, where you can get plenty of individual attention. Furthermore, they have fantastic laboratory and research facilities and they use a variety of interactive teaching and learning methods. Finally, the school really wants to give people the feeling that they are part of a community. [full profile]
Master of Science Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master's Campus
PhD in Clinical Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) PhD/Doctorate Campus
Master of Science Psychology Master's Online
University of Indianapolis
1400 E Hanna Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46227-3697
There are four different tracks available in the Clinical Science Masters Degree program offered by the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Indianapolis, Foundational, Research, Mental health Counseling and Mental Health Counseling and Addictions Counseling. Each of these programs have been designed specifically to assist students to achieve their individual career and learning goals, Whether this means going on to study at a Doctoral level or entering employment in the specific area of Psychology related to their chosen track. They pride themselves on giving students the valuable skills and knowledge necessary to become successful in their future endeavors. [full profile]
Master's in Clinical Psychology Master's Campus
Masters in School Counseling Master's Campus
Masters in Career Psychology Master's Campus
Masters in Sports Psychology Master's Campus
Masters in Counseling Psychology Master's Campus
PhD in Counseling Psychology with a subspecialty in Sports Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
University of Notre Dame
400 Main Building, Notre Dame, IN 46556
University of Notre Dame encourages practical hands-on methodology in graduate programs ranging from cognitive, clinical, quantitative and developmental psychology to doctoral programs specializing in computer science, engineering, and peace studies. The training offered through ND is based on the belief that the basic principles of general science and applied behavioral science are both necessary for success in the field of psychology. Research, problem solving, clinical applications, and nonacademic activities come together to create a solid education for graduates. Notre Dame does not have a set requirement for minimal GPA during the application process, but the admission process is highly competitive and low GPA's are rarely accepted. [full profile]
Ph.D. in Psychology Clinical Cognition PhD/Doctorate Campus
Brain PhD/Doctorate Campus
and Behavior PhD/Doctorate Campus
Master of Science in Counseling Psychology Master's Campus
Doctor of Psychology - Evaluation PhD/Doctorate Campus
Research & Measurement PhD/Doctorate Campus
Valparaiso University
US Highway 30 and Sturdy Road, Valparaiso, IN 46383
At Valparaiso University, you can study towards a Master of Education/Education Specialist in School Psychology. This program looks firstly at education and psychological foundations, such as behavior, cognitive ability, ethics and more. Secondly, it offers the education specialist component, which is about such areas as helping relationships, developing curriculum and more. There are also a number of elective elements that you could take part in. The study is designed for those who wish to work in educational establishments, or in local or federal government education boards. Various stringent criteria for admission do stand, and you must ascertain whether you meet these before applying. [full profile]
Master of Education/Education Specialist in School Psychology Master's Campus
Ph.D in Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Psy.D. Study in Psychology PhD/Doctorate Campus
Master of Arts in General Psychology Master's Campus

Psychology Education In Indiana

In Indiana, you must hold a doctorate degree in psychology or in a field that is very closely related, such as counseling psychology or educational psychology, in order to become licensed to practice as a psychologist. The degree you obtain must be from an educational establishment that is accredited or approved. You have two main options to choose from, namely the Psy.D. or the Ph.D., and you must choose carefully between those two as this choice will determine the future of your career. Indeed, it is recommended to speak to a career adviser if you are unsure about which way to go.

Educational Requirements to Become a Licensed Psychologist in Indiana

Either a Ph.D. or a Psy.D. is a valid degree to become a licensed psychologist in Indiana. To obtain this, you will generally have to start with a bachelor's degree, which takes four years to complete. After this, most people would choose to complete a two-year master's degree program, followed by a further two to four years for the Ph.D. or Psy.D. Some schools do also accept bachelor's degree holders into their doctorate programs, but it will then generally take an additional two years to complete it. It is becoming increasingly rare for programs in Indiana to offer the bachelor's to doctorate option, however, and candidates with a master's degree have a much greater chance of being accepted.

It is very important that you have made the right choice when it came to deciding between the Ph.D. and Psy.D. This is because the focus of the degrees is very different. The licensure requirements between the two do not differ, but rather, the things that you will be able to do will be different. The Ph.D. is a research-based degree. This means that, in order to graduate, you will have to complete a thesis based on original research. This research must contribute to the psychology field. With the Psy.D., by contrast, the focus is more on clinical applications. As a result, although you do have to complete a thesis, it does not have to be a piece of original research. Because of the thesis requirement, completing a Ph.D. tends to take significantly longer. As a result, grants and funding opportunities are also of higher value.

Supervised Professional Experience for Psychologists in Indiana

To complete a Ph.D. or Psy.D., you will usually have to undergo an internship of at least 1,500 hours. In most cases, this is unpaid work. You can complete this at any point during or after your degree, although no more than two years can have passed since graduation. After this, you will need to take part in a further 1,600 hours of supervised professional experience, which is usually paid. These 1,600 must be completed after graduation, and your supervisor must be a licensed and approved psychologist. You have one year to complete these requirements.

Indiana Psychologist Licensure Examinations

Once you have completed your doctorate and you have met the internship and supervised professional experience requirements, you can apply to be licensed through the Indiana State Psychology Board. Once they have reviewed your application and approved it, you will be able to take the national exam for psychologists, which is the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP). The test is administered by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB) and consists of 255 multiple choice questions. 175 of these questions are marked for a pass rate. It costs $600 to take part in this exam, although this cost is subject to change.

The Career of a Psychologist in Indiana

Completing your doctorate degree and meeting all the necessary requirements will prepare you for a very interesting career. It is also here that you will see the next big difference between the Psy.D. and the Ph.D. degrees. With a Ph.D., you will more than likely get to work in research or education. With a Psy.D., by contrast, you are likely to get to work directly with patients in a clinical setting. Although you might also engage in some research, the focus of your job will be far more on direct patient contact.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for a psychologists in Indiana are as follows:

• Clinical, counseling and school psychologists, of whom there were 1,340, earned an average annual salary of $69,990.
• All other psychologists, of whom there were 130, earned an average annual salary of $85,220.

However, there are great variations in this, depending on the level of experience and education. Additionally, the type of employer you work for is another factor that influences average annual salaries.

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