Psychology Programs in Idaho

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Why Choose to Study Psychology in Idaho?

Idaho is home to a population of around 1.5 million. This state, which is known more for its outdoor recreational fun than its psychology opportunities, nevertheless has much to offer a student of the behavioral sciences.

Educational Programs and Specialities

While not offering much in way of doctoral degrees, the eleven schools with psychology programs in Idaho deliver nationally renowned educational standards in areas of rehabilitation counseling, educational counseling, and industrial-organizational psychology at the graduate and postgraduate levels.

There is a wide assortment of degree plans in the arts and sciences with bachelor’s and master’s programs as well as certificate training and associate’s degrees for those who are uncertain about the profession to test the waters. There are also several grant and scholarship opportunities for students attending psychology schools in Idaho.

Job Prospects in Idaho for Psychology Professionals

The Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses requires graduates to pass a professional exam and attain a doctorate degree before bestowing a psychology license. Pay is among the lowest in the nation at an annual median wage of around $63,000, according to the Occupational Outlook Handbook.

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