As a contemporary science and applied profession, psychology represents a rational and systematic attempt to understand human behavior by studying the processes of development, perception, learning, motivation and thinking, and the relationship of these processes both to the physiological and social functioning of humans and animals.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Psychology
Areas of Study
- Applied Social Psychology (GRE not required for fall admissions)
- Cognitive Psychology (GRE not required for fall admissions)
- Cognitive Neuroscience Psychology (GRE not required for fall admissions)
- Counseling Psychology (GRE not required for fall admissions)
- Industrial Organizational Psychology
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- When you’re ready to take the leap, start your application.
Coursework, credit requirements, and more information is available in the Colorado State University general catalog. Please contact your department representative with program-related questions.
Graduate students interested in employment positions (GTA, GRA, GSA appointments and hourly positions) should contact their advisor and their departmental graduate coordinator for the process to apply.