O que eu aprenderei?

The Department of Psychology offers a doctoral program in psychology with three concentrations. Two are Clinical Psychology concentrations (General Clinical and Child Clinical-Applied Behavior Analysis) that provide education and training in psychological science and practice to prepare individuals for licensure as doctoral-level psychologists in health-service fields. The third concentration is in Psychological Science (PSYS). This non-clinical concentration prepares individuals to work in a broad range of careers including education, health, government, and industry.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students demonstrate doctoral-level knowledge in the theoretical and empirical frameworks of the science and application of Psychology.

Students demonstrate doctoral-level comprehensive knowledge in research design and quantitative methods.

Students demonstrate effective communication of empirical findings in writing (in the style of the American Psychological Association) and in oral presentations.

Students demonstrate doctoral-level ability to critically evaluate research and to independently develop a research plan based on current empirical findings.

Students demonstrate doctoral-level knowledge, technical skills, and ethical decisions that are appropriate for the student’s particular concentration.

Overview of Concentrations

General Clinical Concentration

The General Clinical concentration embraces a scientist-practitioner training model in preparing individuals for licensure as doctoral-level psychologists in health-service fields that can include children, adolescents, and adults. The program focuses on the biological, psychological, behavioral, social and cultural influences on the development, assessment, and treatment of mental health, substance use, and behavioral disorders.

Child Clinical-Applied Behavior Analysis Concentration

The Child Clinical-Applied Behavior Analysis concentration embraces a scientist-practitioner model of training in health services psychology. Consistent with doctoral training in psychology, students receive experiences in a variety of domains including biological, affective, social, cognitive, and developmental aspects of behavior. Students will be trained with an emphasis on empirically supported and individualized assessment and intervention when working with clinical populations, consistent with outcomes-driven and problem-solving models. Students are also trained in the experimental and applied analyses of behavior underlying effective interventions for vulnerable populations.

Psychological Science Concentration

Students enrolling in the non-clinical concentration in Psychological Science (PSYS) will receive an education in the core scientific domains of psychology as well as training in psychological research and professional development. Emphasis is placed on training skilled researchers who will be prepared to work in a broad range of careers in education, health, and industry. Coursework is designed to provide disciplinary knowledge in the core domains of psychology and a solid foundation of quantitative and methodological skills. Students will engage in faculty-mentored research in one or more of the following areas: behavior analysis, behavioral pharmacology, cognitive, developmental, neuroscience, personality, and social. Training also includes experiential learning through career path exploration. Students earning their Ph.D. in the Psychological Science concentration will be able to pursue research-oriented careers in academic, industry, or government settings.

De qual departamento farei parte?

College of Arts and Sciences

Opções de estudo

Período integral (GENERAL CLINICAL CONCENTRATION: AT LEAST 94 POST-BACCALAUREATE CREDIT HOURS; CHILD CLINICAL-APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS CONCENTRATION: AT LEAST 93 POST-BACCALAUREATE CREDIT HOURS; PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE)

Valores
US$18.548,00 (R$ 99.794) por ano

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Data de início

Esperado Agosto 2021

Localização

University of North Carolina Wilmington

601 South College Road,

WILMINGTON,

North Carolina,

28403, United States

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Estados Unidos

To be eligible for admission for graduate study at the University of North Carolina Wilmington applicants must: Regionally Accredited Bachelor's Degree: Hold a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in this country or its equivalent.

Para estudantes internacionais

Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university or its equivalent from a foreign institution of higher education accredited university.

Major of psychology or at least 21 hr. of psychology with a GPA of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) with evidence of a grade of at least a B- in a course in statistics and a grade of at least a B in a course in psychology research methods.

Minimum Score Requirement: TOEFL - 79; IELTS (GENERAL) - 6.5 for acceptance, 7.0 for TA consideration.

Os requisitos para o IELTS podem variar de acordo com o curso que você escolher.

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