Valdosta State University
Map 1500 N Patterson St, Valdosta, GA 31698» 229-333-5800 » www.valdosta.eduValdosta State University requires a grade point average between 2.5 and 3.00, although this is a competitive field of study and most students who are accepted have a 3.0 of higher. Throughout the program students are required to enroll in certain courses to lay the groundwork for success in their chosen field. These courses include Statistics, Introduction to Psychology, and certain Experimental courses designed to give hands on experience in future professions. Students who graduate from Valdosta may qualify for licensure depending on the degree that is acquired. Most Master's programs don't fulfill the requirements necessary to write licensing exams. Doctoral programs, however, are gateways into licensed clinical and counseling professions.
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Psychology Degrees Offered:
- Masters in Psychology
- Doctorate in Behavior Analysis
- Doctorate in Behavioral Neuroscience
- Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
- Doctorate in Clinical Child Psychology
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- Victoria LeCroy Wins Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Award - Valdosta State University News
- VSU's Chen recognized for excellence - Valdosta Daily Times
- VSU's Han Chen Recognized for Excellence in Scholarly Research And Review - Valdosta State University News
- Actress and VSU Alum Pauley Perrette Establishes Criminal Justice Scholarship - Valdosta State University News
CategoryValdosta State University has programs in the following specializations: General Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Clinical Psychology.
LocationValdosta State University has campus locations in: Georgia
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