Overview of Graduate Program

Graduate Program Information

The Department of Psychology at the University of Texas - Arlington provides exceptional opportunities to qualified students who are seeking careers in psychology. Our emphasis in the M.S. and Ph.D. Experimental Psychology program is mentor-based experimental research. Students interested in Industrial / Organizational Psychology are encouraged to apply to the Departments Master’s program leading to a specialization in Industrial / Organizational Psychology. The Department of Psychology has started to focus on a program in Health and Neuroscience Psychology. Students with recently applied interests, who intend to pursue the Ph.D., are welcome to apply to our Doctoral experimental program.

Our faculty and their graduate students regularly publish in well-known journals (i.e., Perception and Psychophysics, Journal of Neuroscience, Brain Research, Animal Behavior, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Cognition, and others). A large number of our graduate students have had their research published while still in our graduate program. The National Research Council ranked the Department of Psychology at UT Arlington as the best in North Texas.

Experimental Psychology Program
Health and Neuroscience Psychology Program
Industrial /Organizational Psychology Master's Program

The Department of Psychology at UTA has no clinical or counseling psychology training programs.

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Contacts:

  • Phone 817.272.2281
    Fax 817.272.2364

Address:

Department of Psychology, Box 19528, Arlington, Texas 76019
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