Psychology Programs in Tennessee

The Commons Center dining hall at Vanderbilt University
The Commons Center dining hall at Vanderbilt University

Why Choose to Study Psychology in Tennessee?

The Volunteer State of Tennessee expects big things from those looking to enter the psychology profession. Potential psychologists must attain a doctorate degree, pass a licensure exam administered by the Board of Examiners of Psychology and keep fees up to date. But with big locations like Memphis and Nashville, there are plenty of opportunities to make it worthwhile.

Educational Programs and Specialities

Education is a huge priority for Tennessee when it comes to the psychology profession. There are more than 40 psychology schools in Tennessee including several that offer doctorate programs.

Argosy, East Tennessee State, Tennessee State, the University of Tennessee, Trevecca Nazarene University, the University of Memphis and Vanderbilt are among the most famous (and prestigious). However, there are many more options for attaining undergraduate and graduate degrees that you may wish to look in to.

Job Prospects in Tennessee for Psychology Professionals

Most wages within the state range from mid-$60,000 range to low-$80,000 range. Memphis and Nashville are relatively low cost of living compared to most metropolitan areas throughout the country, so you can be assured that your money will travel further.

Where in Tennessee do You Want to Study?

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