Community Psychology Doctorate North Carolina Graduate Programs
Doctoral community psychology programs focus on helping students learn how to conduct research to enhance the fields understanding of how individuals respond to their immediate (community) environment. Community psychology Ph.D. students may have to opportunity to conduct research into specific topics in community psychology like community mental health, the impact of community social programs on culture, or how a natural disaster affects community member’s relationships with one another.
- Some of the nation's most affordable tuition rates, from a private, nonprofit, NEASC accredited university
- Qualified students with 2.5 GPA and up may receive up to $20K in grants & scholarships
- Multiple term start dates throughout the year. 24/7 online classroom access
- Charlotte, NCCharlotte, NC
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Under the umbrella of the Health Psychology Ph. D. Program, the Community Psychology program offers graduate training which examines social and community factors that contribute to healthy outcomes in individuals, and develops community interventions to...