Why study psychology at the University of Denver?
- Offers close collaborative relationships between faculty and students
- Graduate student/faculty ratio of 2:1Award-winning faculty with grant-supported research
- Students successful in publishing in prestigious journals, in receiving external funding, obtaining first choices for clinical internships and obtaining good jobs
- History of funding all graduate students with both tuition waiver and stipend
- Values diversity along many dimensions, including culture, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, socioeconomic status and language
- Situated at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver combines urban culture with readily accessible skiing, hiking, and biking in a climate that has more than 300 days of sunshine
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Our graduate PhD programs prepare students for careers in research and teaching. Our clinical psychology program is APA-accredited and prepares students for science-based clinical work as well as research and teaching.
- Affect/Social Psychology
- Cognitive Psychology
- Clinical Child Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (a concentration available for students in all programs)