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4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016-8001
The American University currently offers students an MA in Psychology. This program includes both classroom based learning and working in laboratories, performing research projects. Upon completion, you can either start working in the field of psychology, or you can move on to completing a doctoral degree. There are three different tracts to follow within this degree, being general psychology, personality/social psychology and biological/experimental psychology. The school believes in mutual collaboration. This means that you will be supported fully by faculty members as a student, but you will also be expected to support other students where you can, as they will for you. [full profile]
Masters in PsychologyMaster'sCampus
PhD in Clinical PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Behavior Psychology - Cognition - NeurosciencePhD/DoctorateCampus
620 Michigan Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20064
The Catholic University of America currently offers a number of highly specific psychology programs. First, they offer three different doctoral programs, being Clinical Psychology, Applied-Experimental Psychology and Human Development. Secondly, they offer three terminal MA programs, being General Psychology, Human Factors and Psychology and Law. The University is committed to delivering a supportive learning environment and they offer a range of specializations to facilitate this, including the Psychology of Visual Art and Close Interpersonal Relationships. The school has a strong catholic identity and fully integrates faith and reason in its programs. A campus ministry is available to help you follow Christ and live your life according to the gospel. [full profile]
Masters in General PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Science in Counseling PsychologyMaster'sCampus
2121 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 20052
George Washington University has a Department of Psychology with a wide variety of training options including undergraduate and graduate studies. These programs cover a broad range subject matter including normal and abnormal behavior, as well as social, biological, and psychological actions associated to those behaviors. The doctoral degrees offered by George Washington University fall into the categories of clinical psychology, applied social psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. Further studies in alternate graduate training programs also include Master's degrees in political psychology and rehabilitation counseling, and Ph.D. programs in professional, industrial organizational psychology, and counseling. Students are required to follow a strategically designed curriculum created with the intention of assisting graduates to extend their learning into other academic programs. [full profile]
Masters in Political PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Masters in Rehabilitation PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Doctorate of Applied Social PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Doctorate of Clinicial PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Doctorate of Cognitive NeurosciencePhD/DoctorateCampus
Masters in Psychology & CounselingMaster'sCampus
37th and O St NW, Washington, DC 20057
Georgetown University Department of Psychology is home to a wide range of scholars and faculty members who are involved in several active research projects which focus on Psychology, Neuroscience and Public Policy. These Scholars also teach at a graduate and undergraduate level. The undergraduate program offers a major and minor with the chance to earn scholarships, honors and an invitation to assist with research projects. The Graduate program is a 5 year study of Developmental Science and Psychology ending with the achievement of a Doctoral Degree. This can lead on to gaining research positions or a license to practice Psychology. [full profile]
PhD in Psychology - Human Development and Public Policy and Lifespan Cognitive Neuroscience.PhD/DoctorateCampus
Master of Arts in PsychologyMaster'sCampus
2400 Sixth St NW, Washington, DC 20059-0001
Howard University Department of Psychology is a Graduate School which offers students the chance to gain admission on to Ph.D. programs. There are several areas that may be chosen as a specialist field such as Developmental, Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology. The latter of those is a 5 year program which runs full time and uses a mix of traditional and modern methods of teaching which enable students to go on to careers involving the research, practice and teaching of this field of Psychology. Upon completion of the course students are awarded with either a Masters or Doctoral Degree dependent on their level of study. [full profile]
Masters in Clinical Counseling with Specialization in Drug and Alcohol CounselingMaster'sCampus

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