Psychology Programs in Delaware

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Why Choose to Study Psychology in Delaware?

Delaware is a small state which has played a memorable role in American history as the very first state in the Union. The cities of Wilmington and Dover (the capitol) house most of the state’s approximate 900,000 people, but despite the size disadvantage Delaware has worthwhile opportunities for psychology majors.

Educational Programs and Specialities

The University of Delaware offers the most extensive catalog for psychology majors with the full range of degree plans, from bachelor’s to doctorate. Many different fields, such as social psychology, clinical science, cognitive psychology, and counseling, are all represented.

Delaware State, Wesley College, and Wilmington University are other psychology schools in Delaware that also offer a range of degree plans for undergraduate and some postgraduate work. Those wishing to complete their training in-state, however, will eventually have to make the trek to Newark for the University’s offerings.

Job Prospects in Delaware for Psychology Professionals

The state’s Board of Examiners administers a licensure exam that you must complete in addition to attaining a doctorate degree. Once a license has been acquired, you can expect to earn anywhere from high $60’s (thousand) to low $100’s (also thousand) with an annual median wage of about $77,000.

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