Graduate Study in Psychology 1996
This work offers complete practical information about 600 psychology programmes in the United States and Canada. This revised edition provides current facts about programmes and degrees offered, admission requirements, application information, financial aid, tuition and housing. Designed as a user-friendly resource, "Graduate in Psychology" features two cross-referenc indexes. The reader can locate an institution by state, are of study, or alphabetically. The book contains descriptions of more than 600 departments offering a variety of degrees in psychology. Each description is based on questionnaire responses from colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
- Paperback | 592 pages
- 215.9 x 285.75 x 19.05mm | 884.5g
- 01 May 1996
- American Psychological Association
- Washington DC, United States
Table of contents
APA Policy Related to Graduate Education; Rules for Acceptance of Offers for Admission and Financial Aid (Fall Admissions); APA Accreditation - What Is It?; APA-Accredited Doctoral Programmes; Licensing; Applying to Graduate School; How to Use this Book; Explanation of Programme Listings; Information for Special Groups; APA Divisions; Department Listings: I, Departments of Psychology and Schools of Psychology Offering the Doctoral Degree (APA-Accredited Programmes in Other Departments Included); II, Other Departments Offering the Doctoral Degree; III, Gradaute Departments of Psychology Less Than the Doctoral Degree; IV, Other Graduate Departments Offering Less Than the Doctoral Degree; and Index of Programmes by Area of study Offered.