The Master's in Applied Behavior Analysis in the Arizona State Department of Psychology is changing the world for the people who need it most. Students will learn all the skills they need in order to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorders as well those with behavioral issues.
This program is distinctive for its continuous recognition as one of the nation's top programs, with graduates holding faculty positions at prestigious research universities and major research corporations. You will collaborate on projects across disciplines with faculty renowned and internationally recognized for their distinguished quantitative research, mentoring and teaching. Quantitative Faculty | Research Labs
The Department of Psychology's doctoral program offers collaborative and interdisciplinary training in innovative, mentored research across six major areas of study. Training, including the distinctive opportunity to develop expertise in quantitative methods from one of the nation's top-ranked programs, is tailored to your unique needs.
The Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology (BNCP) specialization provides an extensive range of instruction and is committed to training the next generation of behavioral neuroscientists who will take their place as scientists in departments of psychology, life sciences, and others at major research institutions, and in the private sector.
Clinical psychology is the psychological specialty that provides continuing and comprehensive mental and behavioral health care for individuals and families; consultation to agencies and communities; training, education and supervision; and research-based practice.
The Doctor of Philosophy program in psychology with an emphasis on cognitive science at Arizona State University investigates core cognitive processes and applies multiple theoretical perspectives to understanding these processes.
The PhD in Psychology with a Developmental specialization aims to understand and improve the lives of individuals and families across the lifespan.
The doctoral program in Psychology with a social specialization is designed to train researchers to use rigorous scientific methods to uncover the fundamental principles underlying social behavior and to address practical questions about everyday relations among people.