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New Jersey Psychology Schools – NJ


The program offered by psychology schools in New Jersey will be a psychology-based doctoral program that entails three or more years of full-time study or an equivalent of three years of full-time study (this can include tutorials, seminars, or other coursework that is considered graduate-level and corresponds to two years of full-time study). This can include:

      • Classes in professional and scientific ethics and practice standards, and cultural and ethnic diversity issues.
      • At least one year of supervised field experience, internship, practicum, or applied research that is deemed as acceptable to the practice of psychology. A practicum must be the equivalent of an internship to meet this requirement.
      • Three or more semester hours, or five or more graduate quarter hours, in each of these areas:
            • Research design, methodology, and statistics
            • Individual difference
            • Social basis of behavior
            • Cognitive-affective basis of behavior
            • Biological basis of behavior
            • History and systems of psychology
            • Psychometrics
Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Psychologists in Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison and Woodbridge, New Jersey may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including the Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Bergen Regional Medical Center, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center and Hackensack University Medical Center.

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