PhD Programs

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PhD Counseling Psychology

The APA-approved Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology prepares students for the multi-faceted role of the professional psychologist, which allows them to work in a variety of settings including: academia, clinical settings, consultation, churches, businesses, and private settings. It is also the intent of the program to prepare graduates for licensure as professional psychologists in the U.S. and with eligibility to practice internationally. Students should consult with the appropriate authorities regarding requirements in the states or countries in which they wish to engage in clinical practice. Students must specialize in one of the areas of emphases: Adult, Child/Family, Cultural Diversity, and Health Psychology.


The Counseling Psychology program

at Andrews University is accredited by the American Psychological Association located 750 1st Street, NE Washington, DC  20002.


PhD Educational Psychology

The PhD in Educational Psychology offers a general emphasis which provides students with a strong basis for training in the field. It also prepares college and university instructors for positions in education and psychology departments, normally in the areas of human development, personality, learning and instruction, measurement, statistics, and research design. Educational psychologists are also found working in schools, businesses, industries, and various human development settings. The program provides some flexibility, enabling the student and advisor to plan a sequence of experiences which is appropriate for the student's professional goals.