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