The faculty in the Brain & Cognitive Science (BCS) area of the Psychology department seek to understand the mental processes and structures that are involved in perceiving, learning, understanding
Doctoral programs in clinical, social, and experimental psychology. Interested applicants can e-mail us to request an information packet.
The social psychology program trains students in understanding important social behaviors from a scientific perspective.
The Clinical Psychology training program is designed to provide students with a broad background in the theoretical and scientific areas of psychology as well as with the substantive practical experie
The neuropsychology program prepares doctoral researchers (UC also offers a clinical neuropsychology degree program; see the listing under Clinical Psychology).
The Department has maintained a tradition of excellence in Experimental Psychology for more than a quarter of a century, the program of study leading to the doctoral degree in this area is designed to
The Counseling Program strives for national excellence in implementing an ecological counseling perspective through service todiverse populations, emphasizing under-served groups.
The Ph.D. program in Human Factors is part of the Southwest Ohio Human Factors/Ergonomics Consortium. Students receive theoretical and applied training and experience.
Degree: Master, Doctorate
The doctoral program in Social Psychology is relatively small and nontraditional, strongly oriented toward applications of social psychology to social problems.
Degree: Doctorate, Master
The Department of Psychology offers programs of graduate study leading to the Master of Science (M.S.) degree and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in human factors and industrial/organizational
SOPP's educational and training philosophy explicity emphasizes generalist training at the doctoral level.
Degree: Master, Graduate Certificate
Our curriculum is designed to meet all the guidelines of the Society of Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
The APA-accredited Psy.D. is a 5 year full time program leading to the Doctor of Psychology degree.
This APA-accredited program provides students with the knowledge and range of skills necessary to provide psychological services in today's changing professional climate.
Degree: Graduate Certificate
The licensure program is designed for individuals seeking to meet the educational requirements for the Professional Counselor (PC) and/or Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC) license in Ohio.
The Department of Psychology offers a Master of Arts (M.A.) in clinical psychology, one of only two universities in Ohio offering a terminal master’s degree in clinical psychology.
Cognitive, developmental and social processes are emphasized in the M.A. program in general psychology.
The 48-hour master’s program in community counseling is a generalist curriculum that prepares students to pursue counseling licensure.
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree program with a concentration in Clinical Psychology maintains a strong commitment to social justice and utilizes a distributed learning model.