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Human Services Psychology

Program Description

The Human Services Psychology graduate program’s primary commitment is to train psychologists for research and service in the public sector, placing special emphasis on the problems of inner-city, minority and poor populations, children, youth and the aged.

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Degrees Offered:

Ph.D., Human Services Psychology
M.A., Applied Behavior Analysis

Tracks/Concentrations in Ph.D.: 

Behavioral Medicine Psychology
Clinical Psychology (APA accredited)
Community Psychology

Department: Psychology

Part-Time or Full-Time:  Full-time

Online or On Campus:  On Campus

Admissions Requirements

GRE General Test required for M.A. and Ph.D.
GRE Psychology Advanced Test required for Clinical and Behavioral Medicine tracks in the Ph.D. program, not required for Community track in the Ph.D. program or the ABA M.A. track

Term of Admission: Fall

Domestic Application Deadlines:

Ph.D.: December 1
M.A.: January 1

International Application Deadlines:

Ph.D.: December 1
M.A.: January 1

Contact Us

Main Contact Info:  410-455-2567 (UMBC)

Graduate Program Director:

Lynnda M. Dahlquist, 410-455-2411, dahlquis@umbc.edu

Graduate Program Coordinator:

Nicole Mooney, 410-455-2614, nmoone1@umbc.edu

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