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The University of Georgia offers a range of different psychology graduate programs. Indeed, they have four different areas of focus, being the behavioral and brain sciences, clinical psychology, industrial and organizational psychology and, finally, the MA in I/O Psychology. Additionally, they also offer a Ph.D. program in interdisciplinary neurosciences. Additionally, it is important to be aware of the fact that the university's students are regularly recognized on a national level for their dedication and hard work. Not only are various students regularly recognized, professors have been similarly awarded for their dedication to deliver top quality education to their students.

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  • Tuition for full time students (In State): Approximately $ 7,400.00/year
  • Graduate Out of State Tuition: Approximately $ 22,400.00/year
  • Average Books/Supplies Cost: $ 848.00
  • Off Campus Room Board Average Cost: $ 8,020.00
* Based on 2012 data

Psychology Degrees Offered:

  • PhD. Interdisiplinary Neuroscience
  • PhD in Clinical Psychology
  • Masters in Psychology


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  • Campus Setting: City - Midsize
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 18 to 1
  • Total Enrollment: 8260
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University of Georgia has programs in the following specializations: Clinical Psychology, General Psychology


University of Georgia has campus locations in: Georgia

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