The doctoral program in Social Psychology is relatively small and nontraditional, strongly oriented toward applications of social psychology to social problems. A small student-faculty ratio allows for close supervision of practicum and research projects and for faculty members to help students design academic programs which meet their unique needs and interests. In addition to application, social psychological theory is considered to be very important and strong methodological training is stressed.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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