St. Louis University
Saint Louis University Graduate School
Clinical Psychology: The mission of the clinical psychology graduate program at Saint Louis University is to educate and train students broadly in the science and practice of clinical psychology to prepare them for roles and responsibilities as competent and ethical scientist-practitioners in academic or health care settings.
Experimental Psychology: The mission of the experimental psychology program at Saint Louis University is to educate students in the discipline of psychology and its applications by integrating empirical science, theory, and practice, focused toward the understanding the behavior and experience of individuals and groups. This program prepares students for academic teaching and research careers in the areas of cognition-neuroscience, developmental or social psychology.
Industrial/Organizational Psychology: The goal of the industrial/organizational psychology program at Saint Louis University is to prepare doctoral-level professionals with the research, assessment and intervention skills necessary to study and impact organizations, groups, and individuals at work.
The Clinical Psychology program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association
International Student Requirements:
Facts & Figures
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999