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Psychology graduate Programs at Duke University

Students Enrolled in Duke University graduate programs : 1587

Composition of students population for Psychology

Masters degree in Psychology awarded to 21 students
International Students 188
Female students 890

Tuition

Psychology Graduate program Tuition for in state students $53,540
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Psychology Graduate Program $53,540
Psychology and Neuroscience

Graduate training leading to a Ph.D. in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience is offered through a unique program that merges social sciences and natural sciences in the study of brain, behavior, and cognition in humans and animals. Program tracts are offered in Clinical Psychology, Cognition/ Cognitive Neuroscience (C/CN), Developmental (DEV), Social Psychology, and Systems and Integrative Neuroscience (SINS). Other Requirements For clinical applicants ONLY: If you were not a psychology undergraduate major, it is recommended that you take the GRE subject test. For psychology majors, it is not necessary to take the subject test. No other area within Psychology and Neuroscience requires the subject test.

Duke Psychology & Neuroscience
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Many important questions are complex, requiring input from different disciplines and different levels of analysis. Duke's Department of Psychology and Neuroscience embraces this approach, using a broad range of methods and interacting with researchers in many different fields. Depending on one's field, training may include neuroimaging, optigenetics, laboratory experiments, clinical approaches, and/or field interviews. Our students interact with faculty and students in Neurobiology, Psychiatry, Economics, Statistics, Philosophy, and the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, and have the opportunity to take courses in other departments as well as at UNC Chapel Hill. Overall, our graduate training environment is a rich one, and students are encouraged to take advantage of the diversity of perspectives and methods.

Psychology is projected to grow 14 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than average for all occupations Median pay for Psychology in 2018 was 95710$. The number of jobs were 13310.


Jobs, Salaries and Career after Masters in Psychology