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Established in 2015, the UMass Lowell Ph.D. program in Applied Psychology & Prevention Science (APPS) is designed to train students and current practitioners who seek advanced education in the application of psychological theories and methods to address real-world problems, as well as to promote optimal quality of life outcomes.
APPS emphasizes three areas of study:
The official instructions for applying to the Applied Psychology and Prevention Science doctoral program can be found in the graduate catalog.
Additional information pertaining to applications includes:
*The online application will ask applicants to report, “What is your intended academic load?” Although part-time students may be admitted to the APPS program, we strongly encourage applicants to consider the demands of a doctoral program and the difficulty in meeting those demands with a part-time commitment before requesting admission as a part-time student.
To access the online application for the doctoral program in Applied Psychology and Prevention Science, go to the online graduate application page.
Deadline for application is January 15.