University of Maine
Map 168 College Avenue, Orono, ME 4469» 207-581-1110 » www.umaine.edu/The University of Maine currently offers three different psychology graduate programs. The first is the clinical graduate program, the second the developmental graduate program and finally the psychological sciences graduate program. The university has a very strong focus on research and they have state of the art research facilities available for their students. Additionally, the University of Maine is committed to diversity and they offer a Minority Fellowship Program for those who are applicable for that. The school offers strong one to one assistance to all their students, so they are fully enabled to complete research, teaching and professional experience.
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Psychology Degrees Offered:
- Master of Science Developmental-Clinical Psychology
- Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
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CategoryUniversity of Maine has programs in the following specializations: Developmental Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
LocationUniversity of Maine has campus locations in: Maine
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