Master's and Doctoral Degrees in Psychology

The Department of Psychology at the University of Oregon has a student to faculty ratio of less than 2:1, and the admissions process is very selective. Graduates of our programs hold positions at the Universities of California at Berkeley, Davis, and San Diego, as well as San Francisco State, Brown, Chicago, Colorado, Harvard, Indiana, Iowa, Loyola, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York University, Ohio, Penn State, Princeton, Stanford, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Yale, and many others. Other graduates hold positions in public or private research organizations, medical schools, government, and human service agencies.

As in most psychology departments, faculty members with common interests have tended to cluster together into "areas," however our department highly values collaborative inter-area discussion. To foster collaboration the department has instead clustered around intellectual communities which cross traditional research boundaries. The faculty want to help students become independent scientists who can use the ideas and techniques in their fields to pursue important scientific questions.

Accreditation: Our Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program has been accredited by the American Psychology Association (APA) since 1958 and the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (PCSAS) since 2013.  Student Admissions & Outcomes Data for the clinical program.