Psychologists are scientists who attempt to understand the fundamental patterns and causes of behavior and mental activities of people and animals. They do so by asking the question, "Why do individual living organisms do the things they do?" Unlike clinical psychologists involved with the treatment of mental disorders, the Experimental Psychologists at FAU attempt to understand the interactions among the brain, mind, and behavior, as well as the variety of variables that Influence these interactions.
FAU DOES NOT OFFER A GRADUATE DEGREE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY OR COUNSELING.
Research and Teaching at a University, College, High School, Industry, School Board, Government, or entry into a program for clinical training in psychology.
Ph.D.: January 15
M.A.: May 1
Applicants must complete both: the FAU application form is available at: through the FAU Graduate College. and the Psychology Department application form is available at: http://psy.fau.edu/graduate/onlineAppform/graduate/application.html
Graduate Studies Coordinator
Brett Laursen, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Florida Atlantic University
2912 College Avenue
Davie, FL 33314