Ph.D. - Applied-Experimental and Clinical, M.A. - General and Human Factors
The Catholic University Department of Psychology, one of the first established in the United States, was founded by Edward Pace upon his return in 1891 from study with Wilhelm Wundt in Leipzig. The Department offers a B.A. program, three M.A. programs (general psychology, human factors, and a joint M.A./J.D. in psychology and law), and three Ph.D. programs (applied-experimental psychology, clinical psychology, and human development). This site contains information for prospective and current students, as well as for anyone interested in learning more about the department.
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