North Carolina Psychology Master's + PhD & Doctorate

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East 5th Street, Greenville, NC 27858-4353
East Carolina University boasts of a highly successful Department of Psychology committed to unique undergraduate and graduate level learning. The skills gained through these programs will influence students to commit to a specialized field of psychology with the intention of turning these skills into a profession, or continuing the education process through pursuing a doctoral degree. ECU offers Master's degrees in Industrial and Organizational Psychology as well as a Ph.D. program in the field of Health Psychology with three areas of expertise to be studied in clinical health, occupational health and pediatric school psychology. Students are expected to graduate with a firm grasp of theoretical and practical knowledge gained through studies, research, and hands on experience. [full profile]
Masters in Industrial/Organizational PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Masters/CAS School Psychology - Clinical Health Psychology - Health Psychology - Pediatric School PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master in Clinical Psychology (MS)Master'sCampus
Masters in Mental Health Counseling (MS)Master'sCampus
103 South Bldg Cb 9100, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in the field of psychology. In the undergraduate department there are two degrees available; a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science, both with the ability of a major in psychology and a minor in another focus such as cognitive science. The subject matter covered in this course is designed to prepare students for a future career in applied psychology in such professions as medicine, education, business, or law, although there's a vast market for this knowledge and other job opportunities are possible. The Ph.D. program was created to arm students with the information necessary to become active members of the psychological society through research, education, clinical practice, and public services. [full profile]
Masters of Arts in PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Masters in Industrial/Organizational PsychologyMaster'sCampus
PhD in Health PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Psychology HealthPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Organizational SciencePhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Clinical and Social Sciences in PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Clinical PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Developmental PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Social-Personality PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223-0001
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte offers an MA in psychology. The course is currently under revision, meaning that there will no longer be any clinical training in this field. The university has a strong focus on liberal arts and sciences, which means they dedicate themselves to improving people's lives on an individual and community level. However, the degree prepares you just as much for work within the business field. Additionally, you will be trained in conducting statistical research, allowing you to use data to improve lives or fields of work. The program has received numerous awards for its excellence. [full profile]
Master of Arts in General Experimental PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Ph.D. in Clinical PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Ph.D. in Cognitive PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Ph.D. in Developmental PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Master of Arts in PsychologyMaster'sOnline
Master of Arts in Counseling PsychologyMaster'sOnline
1400 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, you can study towards a Ph.D. in Psychology. The degree includes an MA in Psychology with a specific focus on general experimental psychology. They do not offer a Ph.D. program in clinical psychology, however. The programs are incredibly intensive and require you to be fully committed to your learning journey. The focus of the university is to make sure that all its students are challenged to their full potential. To achieve this, they offer world class research facilities. Additionally, there is a very strong focus on serving the community as a whole. [full profile]
Master of Artsin General Experimental PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Ph.D. in PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Master of Sciences (MS) psychology in publicMaster'sCampus
601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403-5963
The University Of North Carolina Wilmington's Department of Psychology offers a basic applied approach to teaching. Applicants are able to apply for undergraduate and graduate programs that are firmly based on research and tactile approaches to Psychology. Students at UNCW are required to work with a faculty member in an investigation of subjects such as substance abuse, cognitive aging, traumatic brain injuries, brain processes, developmental disabilities and mental illness, as well as a wide variety of other psychology related topics. The Master's program at UNCW centers around three concentrations, each emphasizing a different set of principles that forms the substructure of all studies of psychology; general psychology, substance abusive treatment, and applied behavior analysis. [full profile]
Master of Arts in Substance Abuse Treatment PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Science in Behavioral and Brain SciencesMaster'sCampus
1834 Wake Forest Road, Winston Salem, NC 27106
Wake Forest University offers an MA in Psychology, which is a great degree if you wish to work as a psychologist in the community, or if you wish to continue on to a Ph.D. in the same field. The MA focuses strongly on research, teaching you how to collect and analyze data and draw appropriate conclusions from this. As such, taking part directly in research is one of the main elements of the degree, together with seminars in small classes, where you will receive full support from teaching staff. Indeed, the faculty ratio is 2:1, which demonstrates just how much individual attention you will receive. [full profile]
Masters in General PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology PhD in Community PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Highway 107, Cullowhee, NC 28723-9646
The Psychology Graduate Degree at Western Carolina University offers a Master of Arts in General Psychology covering one of the two tracks available, Clinical and Experimental Psychology. The aim of the Clinical track is to make sure students are equipped with the knowledge and skills to go on and study for a Doctoral Degree, however should they not wish to do so, successful completion of the program will enable them to obtain a license to practice as a Psychology Associate in the state of North Carolina. They will also become eligible to apply for a nationally recognized license in Psychological Association. [full profile]
Master of Arts in General PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Arts in Educational PsychologyMaster'sCampus
PhD in School PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Educational PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus

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