DOCTOR OF PSYCHOLOGY
This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.*
See deeper. Achieve the pinnacle of academic achievement with your Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) from University of the Rockies.
Take advanced courses online. In this ultimate curriculum, you will discover how to further the emotional and mental health of your fellow human beings whether you're in a clinical setting or a modern workplace. Begin by building a knowledge base in the history and systems of psychology. Then you will pursue more advanced courses with research, statistics, and measurement. Finally, demonstrate your expertise by writing your Applied Doctoral Project or Dissertation.
Specializations within the Doctor of Psychology are:
Criminology and Justice Studies
Passionate about commanding excellence in your field? Earn your Doctor of Psychology, Criminology and Justice Studies Specialization at University of the Rockies. Be a practitioner and a scholar with advanced PsyD courses and seminars in the arena of law enforcement and corrections.
Earn expertise in cutting-edge theories of criminal behavior, and find real-world solutions. Explore how institutions process criminals through the correctional system, and learn to ensure due process. Distinguish between crimes and locate them within social and economic contexts. Discover proven methods to rehabilitate people, empowering them to return as productive members of society.
Enhance your educational leadership career potential through advanced coursework by pursuing your Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Educational Leadership Specialization degree online at University of the Rockies.
Understand how human development and psychology influence education. Expand your educational leadership potential while designing and implementing instructional strategies. Exemplify dedication to service, critical thinking ability, and respect for diversity.
This program includes an extensive research component and broader applications for more in-depth knowledge through coursework.
Health and Wellness Psychology
Invigorate your future! Foster healthy organizations and workplace environments that thrive. Attain your Doctor of Psychology, Health and Wellness Psychology Specialization degree online from University of the Rockies.
This specialization provides you with the cutting-edge research to advance the overall physical and psychological health of an organization. Your curriculum prepares you for a potential leadership career as a health analyst, consultant, or educator. Utilize your skills to enhance employees' nutrition, exercise, and work-life balance. Go beyond prevention and treatment to encourage thriving in all aspects of life. With advanced courses in how to diagnose, develop, and evaluate wellness models, you deepen your expertise at proactively transforming organizations and promoting healthy employee behavior.
This doctoral program offers you the opportunity to earn a graduate degree without disrupting your work. Plus, you have all the support of a small, dedicated institution. Tomorrow’s leaders are forged here today.
Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Be an advocate for peace. Complete your Doctor of Psychology, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Specialization degree online at University of the Rockies.
In this Doctoral program, you will participate in seminars and residencies where you utilize systems theory and dynamic communications in real-world experiential exercises. You will learn the techniques consultants use to influence leaders and to avert confrontation between people. Perfect your education with a residency in which you compose a long-term plan for conflict resolution. Advocate and defend mediation strategies to effect positive change in families, organizations, and communities.
This doctoral curriculum empowers you to advance your future Offered only online, this program offers you the opportunity to earn a graduate degree without disrupting your work.
Become a thought leader in a field that truly needs them. Earn a Doctor of Psychology, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Specialization degree online at University of the Rockies.
Sport and Performance Psychology
Empower people with advanced strategies to enhance human performance. Earn your Doctor of Psychology, Sport and Performance Psychology Specialization from University of the Rockies. This degree program is the pinnacle of performance enhancement education.
While the doctoral curriculum is wide and diverse, your ultimate goal is to create actualization, awareness, self-mastery, and peak experience for both teams and individuals. Through advanced PsyD courses and seminars in human development, coaching, cultural diversity, and mind-body practices, you will perfect the techniques to make people more effective. With this ultimate degree, you will be well equipped with the highly specialized skills to be a leading professional in academics, continue research, and pursue lead consulting roles in high-performance environments.
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD), Industrial Organizational (I/O) Psychology Specialization
The world of work is moving and changing faster than ever before, and business leaders are forced to explore new approaches to remain competitive. Today’s employers need to manage operations, adapt to changing priorities, and still be able to attract and retain the best employees. Industrial-Organizational Psychologists (I-O Psychologists) apply principles of psychology and skills in research design and data analysis to examine the interplay between employees and management and promote practices to improve the quality of the work environment and sustain employee productivity and morale.
*The Doctor of Psychology is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional. University of the Rockies does not represent that this program meets certification or licensure requirements in any state. It is the student’s responsibility to review any state certification or licensure requirements in their intended field of employment.
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