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This is the subject guide for anything Psychology related. Here you will find access to full-text databases, Internet research resources, print resources, electronic journals, and video tutorials.

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Psychology @ Wayne State University

Undergraduate Program in Psychology

Wayne State University's Department of Psychology provides a broad spectrum of undergraduate education that prepares students for graduate study in psychology, or other related fields. A major in psychology also can prepare students for medical school, business school, and law school. We have a dynamic, dedicated faculty with wide ranging interests and active research programs in almost all areas of modern psychology.

MA/PHD in Psychology

Wayne State University's Department of Psychology offers four different MA/PHD degrees in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience; Clinical Psychology; Industrial/Organizational Psychology; and Cognitive, Developmental and Social Psychology. The Department also offers a MA only program in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.


For more information see the "Undergraduate Programs" and "Graduate Programs" links on the Department of Psychology webpage