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The School of Psychology is dedicated to preparing you with the professional knowledge, skills, and ethical dispositions needed to advance your career and transform lives.
Led by a faculty of distinguished scholars, researchers, and active practitioners, our programs empower you to immediately apply the latest research, theory, and best practices in psychology to help individuals, communities, and organizations cope with real-world challenges.
From crisis management and response to industrial and organizational psychology, the school offers more than 40 degree specializations and concentrations and a flexible array of electives—enabling you to tailor your studies to your specific career goals and interests.
Learn more about our school community and meet the people you'll work with in your program.
• Our Mission and Vision
Explore our bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and certificate programs and the more than 40 specializations and concentrations to choose from to fit your goals.
• Academic Programs
Review the licensure requirements for our online doctoral psychology programs.
• Notes on Licensure
Read more about the contributions our faculty, students, and alumni are making to the growing body of knowledge in the field of psychology.
• Student Accomplishments
• Faculty Accomplishments
• Alumni Accomplishments
• Published Research
Refuting the Myths Behind Suicide
What Is a PhD in I-O Psychology Degree Online and How Will It Enhance My Career Options?
Discover what to expect as a student in the School of Psychology from Associate Dean Dr. Marilyn Powell.
Our virtual chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, recognizes and connects outstanding students. Learn how.
Read Walden's peer-reviewed Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences for some of the latest research in the field.
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