Dr. Liisa Galea is UBC’s new Neuroscience Graduate Program Director. As a longstanding champion of neuroscience and the first PhD in Neuroscience to graduate from Western University, Galea sees this role as a way to give back to the neuroscience community.
. programs in psychology include a mix of advanced coursework and supervised research in the candidate's field of interest. These programs usually take about five years to complete, and they culminate in a final thesis or dissertation. Specialization options differ between programs, but they may include developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, behavioral neuroscience and learning and memory. There are also some schools that allow doctoral candidates to pursue a clinical track; students who choose this course must complete practicums in the field alongside coursework and doctoral research.
The . Program in Psychology prepares students for research, teaching, and practice in the various fields of psychology. Students may specialize in one of a number of training areas.
Our students take full advantage of many top scholar-faculty in their fields of study as well as journal editors and leaders of professional societies and organizations. The faculty and their labs are based on eight campuses throughout the CUNY system, with courses offered at the Graduate Center, as well as Baruch College, Brooklyn College, City College, Hunter College, John Jay College, Queens College, and the College of Staten Island.
Students can also take advantage of a variety of interdisciplinary concentrations, research centers and institutes , and other specialized programs throughout the Graduate Center that are relevant to psychology. The Psychology Program has an active faculty and student leadership, including serving as the host institution for the American Psychological Association’s Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Graduate Student Teaching Association . Student leaders work with the Executive Office to put on a series of cross-CUNY psychology events annually. Many distinguished speakers and visiting scholars provide lectures in all areas, and other professional development opportunities are provided for students.
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