The Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology provides in-depth training in a specific area as well as broad exposure to the field of psychology. Students are trained as researchers or scientist-practitioners who are prepared to work in higher education, medical and school settings, and the private sector.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology introduces students to the major theoretical perspectives and primary empirical techniques of hypothesis testing in psychological science, as well as the application of psychological principles.
The Department of Psychology at Tulane University affirms our ongoing commitment to embedding diversity in our department community, research, curriculum, professional training, and program assessment. We recognize diversity includes, but is not limited to, differences in race, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, ability status, age, socioeconomic background, and the intersectionality of these identities. We further affirm that embracing diversity is the cornerstone of our inclusive department climate, a critical goal in the recruitment of faculty, students, and staff, and essential to community outreach and partnerships.
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