If you’re passionate about psychology—and passionate about fostering positive change in people’s lives—you may be considering a doctorate in psychology. Rigorous and meaningful, pursuing a PhD in Psychology will equip you with the expertise to qualify for a range of professional opportunities and enjoy a purposeful, long-lasting career helping others.
So what can you do with a PhD in Psychology? Let’s explore your options.
A PhD in Psychology will provide you with the skills for diverse career paths in a wide array of environments, from nonprofits and social service agencies to private practices.*
Interested in seeing how those with a doctorate in psychology are putting their education to work? Explore some real-life examples of jobs you can get with a PhD in Psychology.
Now that you’ve seen how much you can do with a doctorate in psychology, what’s the best way to pursue your degree? Locally or out of state? On campus or online?
Psychology PhD programs are rigorous, requiring a great commitment of time and effort. With the ability to learn at your own pace and on your own timeline, many seeking a doctorate in psychology find that online PhD in Psychology programs suit their busy schedules.
While some may prefer the face-to-face communication of brick-and-mortar institutions, the technology employed by today’s online psychology PhD programs also enables real-time, face-to-face interaction between both instructors and fellow students—albeit from a distance.
Interested in pursuing a doctorate in psychology? Discover how Walden University’s online PhD in Psychology program can help you foster positive change in your life and the lives of others.
*Career options may require additional experience, training, or other factors beyond the successful completion of this degree program.
Walden University offers some PhD in Psychology specializations that lead to professional licensure and others that do not. Contact an enrollment advisor for assistance in evaluating whether your chosen specialization can lead to professional licensure in your state.