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Gallaudet offers three degrees in Psychology- a Bachelor’s of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy in clinical psychology and a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in school psychology. In addition to on-campus instruction, Gallaudet offers an Online Degree Completion Program in Psychology for undergraduate students who have completed 60+ credit hours and want to finish their bachelor’s degree through online courses.
Students must complete all pre-minor and minor courses with a "C" or better. In addition, students wishing to declare a Psychology minor must have an overall GPA of at least...
The Department of Psychology offers a doctorate (Ph.D.) in clinical psychology, with specialization in working with deaf and hard of hearing populations. The program is based on a "scholar-practitioner" training...
The Doctor of Psychology in School Psychology (Psy.D.) Program in the School of Human Services and Science provides a comprehensive plan of advanced studies that integrates respect for diversity in...
**no longer accepting students** The Department of Psychology offers a specialist degree program in school psychology (Psy.S.) with a subspecialization in deafness. The program provides a comprehensive plan of studies...
Requirements for Admission to an ODCP Minor in Psychology Students must complete all pre-minor and minor courses with a "C" or better. In addition, students wishing to declare a Psychology...
Requirements for Admission to an ODCP Minor in Deaf Studies Students must pass GSR 103 and DST 101 with a grade of "B" or better prior to declaring a minor...
In our psychology programs, students gain research experience, critical and analytical thinking skills, and an understanding of behavior, ethics, and diversity that can be tailored to a variety of career objectives. All students must complete at least one internship for career exploration and job experience.
Psychology students have several opportunities to get involved in research on campus.
The Gallaudet Chronicle of Psychology aims to mimic professional, peer-reviewed journals. The journal facilitates student learning and supports student development as a professional in psychology.
Psi Chi is an international honor society to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in the scholarship of the individual members in all fields relating to psychology while also advancing the science of psychology.
A series of "Transition Points" guide candidates through the three-year curriculum toward Specialist Degree and eventual alumni status. The program identifies six Transition Points that serve as benchmarks for monitoring progress through the program. The six Transition Points are: Entry into the Program, M.A. Degree...
This lab is designed to meet the needs of Graduate Students in the Clinical and School Psychology programs. It contains eight PC based computers (plus two in the student room) with facilities for scanning and printing. Students have standard productivity software, such as the current...
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