Master Of Public Policy/phd In Psychology

Master Of Public Policy/phd In Psychology

Georgetown University - Washington, DC

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GPPI and the Department of Psychology offer a dual MPP/PhD in Psychology through the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. This 51-credit program provides an interdisciplinary education in the sciences that concern themselves with the processes and contexts of development across the lifespan. It is explicitly designed to offer students rigorous training in the range of theories and methods that characterize the developmental sciences and enable them to place the study of development into the broader contexts - biological, familial, social, cultural, economic, historical, political - from which the field draws its societal applications. The program will prepare students for an array of post-degree positions in institutions of higher education, research institutes, government agencies and other policy settings, medical settings, and nonprofit organizations. Conducting high-quality empirical research that makes a contribution to both scientific understanding and human welfare is an overarching theme of this dual degree program.

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