Compare the Best Psychology Degree Programs for [year]

$17,524

Avg. Net Price

73%

Avg. Admitted

26%

Avg. Enrolled

56%

Avg. Graduation Rate

15/1

Avg. Student / Faculty

Psychology Degree Programs in the United States

Find and compare the best psychology degree programs by state.

1,438

Number of Schools

In the United States, there are 1,438 4-year degree schools that offer psychology degrees

6,679

Number of Programs

With 1,438 schools offering psychology programs, the total number of programs offered in the U.S. is 6,679

256,450

Number of Graduates

The 6,679 psychology programs in the U.S. produced 256,450 psychology graduates in 2021

Psychology is a popular field of study in the United States, with over 6,679 degree programs offered at 1,438 universities, colleges, and other institutions. In 2021, 256,450 students graduated from psychology programs in the United States.

The general licensing requirements vary by state, but they typically require either a master’s degree or a doctoral degree in psychology, gain supervised professional experience, pass the EPPP, pass your states ethics exam, apply for licensure, and maintain your license. See the licensing requirements in your state.

There is an increasing need for mental health professionals in the United States due to the prevalence of mental health issues, drug addiction, overwork, stress, social isolation and more.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that there were over 363,200 psychologists employed in 2021 and projections for growth are average. Psychology programs equip students with knowledge and skills related to the understanding and treatment of mental health issues, as well as communication and problem-solving skills.

U.S. 4-Year Psychology Degree Programs

Number of Schools: 1,438
Number of Psychology Programs: 6,679
2021 Psychology Graduates: 256,450
Average Net Price: $17,524
Average Admitted: 73%

Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 56%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 56%
Top Five Programs: Harvard University (#1), Stanford University (#2), University of Pennsylvania (#3), Princeton University (#4), Columbia University in the City of New York (#5)

State-by-State Summaries

Find comprehensive ranking reports that compare psychology programs in your state below.

Alabama

Number of Schools: 25
Number of Psychology Programs: 99
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,407
Average Net Price: $18,183
Average Admitted: 76%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 47%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 61%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Auburn University
  2. The University of Alabama
  3. Oakwood University
  4. Samford University
  5. University of North Alabama

Alaska

Number of Schools: 3
Number of Psychology Programs: 15
2021 Psychology Graduates: 231
Average Net Price: $14,008
Average Admitted: 77%
Average Enrolled: 42%
Average Graduation Rate: 35%
Student / Faculty: 11 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 38%

Top 3 Programs

  1. University of Alaska Fairbanks
  2. University of Alaska Anchorage
  3. Alaska Pacific University

Arizona

Number of Schools: 11
Number of Psychology Programs: 63
2021 Psychology Graduates: 4,853
Average Net Price: $14,301
Average Admitted: 76%
Average Enrolled: 33%
Average Graduation Rate: 46%
Student / Faculty: 19 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 34%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Arizona State University Campus Immersion
  2. University of Arizona
  3. Northern Arizona University
  4. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott
  5. Prescott College

Arkansas

Number of Schools: 20
Number of Psychology Programs: 56
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,503
Average Net Price: $13,593
Average Admitted: 66%
Average Enrolled: 34%
Average Graduation Rate: 46%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 63%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Arkansas
  2. Hendrix College
  3. Harding University
  4. Arkansas State University
  5. John Brown University

California

Number of Schools: 82
Number of Psychology Programs: 385
2021 Psychology Graduates: 33,298
Average Net Price: $14,526
Average Admitted: 64%
Average Enrolled: 22%
Average Graduation Rate: 66%
Student / Faculty: 19 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 39%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Stanford University
  2. University of California-Los Angeles
  3. University of Southern California
  4. Claremont McKenna College
  5. University of California-Berkeley

Colorado

Number of Schools: 16
Number of Psychology Programs: 88
2021 Psychology Graduates: 5,258
Average Net Price: $19,516
Average Admitted: 83%
Average Enrolled: 20%
Average Graduation Rate: 53%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 49%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Colorado College
  2. University of Colorado Boulder
  3. Colorado State University-Fort Collins
  4. Fort Lewis College
  5. University of Denver

Connecticut

Number of Schools: 20
Number of Psychology Programs: 115
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,436
Average Net Price: $19,386
Average Admitted: 65%
Average Enrolled: 21%
Average Graduation Rate: 64%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 38%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Yale University
  2. Wesleyan University
  3. University of Connecticut
  4. Trinity College
  5. Connecticut College

Delaware

Number of Schools: 4
Number of Psychology Programs: 15
2021 Psychology Graduates: 509
Average Net Price: $14,787
Average Admitted: 65%
Average Enrolled: 31%
Average Graduation Rate: 49%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 46%

Top 4 Programs

  1. University of Delaware
  2. Goldey-Beacom College
  3. Delaware State University
  4. Wilmington University

District of Columbia

Number of Schools: 8
Number of Psychology Programs: 54
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,219
Average Net Price: $24,492
Average Admitted: 58%
Average Enrolled: 31%
Average Graduation Rate: 67%
Student / Faculty: 11 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 54%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Georgetown University
  2. Gallaudet University
  3. George Washington University
  4. American University
  5. Howard University

Florida

Number of Schools: 47
Number of Psychology Programs: 228
2021 Psychology Graduates: 13,862
Average Net Price: $20,213
Average Admitted: 67%
Average Enrolled: 32%
Average Graduation Rate: 53%
Student / Faculty: 17 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 47%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Florida
  2. Florida State University
  3. University of Central Florida
  4. University of South Florida
  5. Florida International University

Georgia

Number of Schools: 46
Number of Psychology Programs: 133
2021 Psychology Graduates: 5,293
Average Net Price: $16,322
Average Admitted: 71%
Average Enrolled: 31%
Average Graduation Rate: 45%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 56%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
  2. University of Georgia
  3. Emory University
  4. University of North Georgia
  5. Kennesaw State University

Hawaii

Number of Schools: 5
Number of Psychology Programs: 24
2021 Psychology Graduates: 826
Average Net Price: $18,844
Average Admitted: 85%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 53%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 55%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Brigham Young University-Hawaii
  2. University of Hawaii at Manoa
  3. Chaminade University of Honolulu
  4. University of Hawaii at Hilo
  5. Hawaii Pacific University

Idaho

Number of Schools: 7
Number of Psychology Programs: 30
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,176
Average Net Price: $13,411
Average Admitted: 84%
Average Enrolled: 24%
Average Graduation Rate: 49%
Student / Faculty: 17 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 52%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Brigham Young University-Idaho
  2. University of Idaho
  3. Boise State University
  4. The College of Idaho
  5. Northwest Nazarene University

Illinois

Number of Schools: 53
Number of Psychology Programs: 263
2021 Psychology Graduates: 9,432
Average Net Price: $16,618
Average Admitted: 71%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 57%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 49%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Chicago
  2. Northwestern University
  3. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  4. St. Augustine College
  5. Wheaton College

Indiana

Number of Schools: 45
Number of Psychology Programs: 174
2021 Psychology Graduates: 5,646
Average Net Price: $17,333
Average Admitted: 78%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 58%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 53%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Notre Dame
  2. Purdue University-Main Campus
  3. Indiana University-Bloomington
  4. Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
  5. Wabash College

Iowa

Number of Schools: 28
Number of Psychology Programs: 82
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,829
Average Net Price: $18,535
Average Admitted: 76%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 60%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 52%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Grinnell College
  2. Iowa State University
  3. University of Iowa
  4. University of Northern Iowa
  5. Luther College

Kansas

Number of Schools: 23
Number of Psychology Programs: 94
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,296
Average Net Price: $18,760
Average Admitted: 77%
Average Enrolled: 30%
Average Graduation Rate: 51%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 46%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Kansas
  2. Fort Hays State University
  3. Kansas State University
  4. Pittsburg State University
  5. Newman University

Kentucky

Number of Schools: 25
Number of Psychology Programs: 123
2021 Psychology Graduates: 4,572
Average Net Price: $17,031
Average Admitted: 77%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 53%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 57%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Kentucky
  2. Centre College
  3. Western Kentucky University
  4. University of Louisville
  5. Northern Kentucky University

Louisiana

Number of Schools: 23
Number of Psychology Programs: 74
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,657
Average Net Price: $16,250
Average Admitted: 72%
Average Enrolled: 30%
Average Graduation Rate: 46%
Student / Faculty: 16 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 65%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Tulane University of Louisiana
  2. Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
  3. McNeese State University
  4. Louisiana Tech University
  5. Nicholls State University

Maine

Number of Schools: 11
Number of Psychology Programs: 37
2021 Psychology Graduates: 938
Average Net Price: $19,152
Average Admitted: 67%
Average Enrolled: 29%
Average Graduation Rate: 59%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 56%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Colby College
  2. Bates College
  3. University of Maine
  4. University of Maine at Farmington
  5. University of Southern Maine

Maryland

Number of Schools: 22
Number of Psychology Programs: 77
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,685
Average Net Price: $17,843
Average Admitted: 75%
Average Enrolled: 17%
Average Graduation Rate: 58%
Student / Faculty: 12 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 48%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Johns Hopkins University
  2. University of Maryland-College Park
  3. Towson University
  4. University of Maryland-Baltimore County
  5. St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Massachusetts

Number of Schools: 53
Number of Psychology Programs: 258
2021 Psychology Graduates: 8,905
Average Net Price: $23,230
Average Admitted: 66%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 69%
Student / Faculty: 12 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 45%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Harvard University
  2. Amherst College
  3. Wellesley College
  4. Boston University
  5. Tufts University

Michigan

Number of Schools: 37
Number of Psychology Programs: 192
2021 Psychology Graduates: 7,718
Average Net Price: $16,125
Average Admitted: 75%
Average Enrolled: 24%
Average Graduation Rate: 57%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 49%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  2. Michigan State University
  3. Baker College
  4. Madonna University
  5. Andrews University

Minnesota

Number of Schools: 32
Number of Psychology Programs: 175
2021 Psychology Graduates: 11,807
Average Net Price: $19,480
Average Admitted: 73%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 63%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 53%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  2. Carleton College
  3. Saint Johns University
  4. St Olaf College
  5. Macalester College

Mississippi

Number of Schools: 15
Number of Psychology Programs: 55
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,739
Average Net Price: $11,528
Average Admitted: 71%
Average Enrolled: 27%
Average Graduation Rate: 49%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 62%

Top 5 Programs

  1. William Carey University
  2. University of Mississippi
  3. Mississippi State University
  4. Mississippi College
  5. University of Southern Mississippi

Missouri

Number of Schools: 39
Number of Psychology Programs: 145
2021 Psychology Graduates: 4,667
Average Net Price: $18,086
Average Admitted: 72%
Average Enrolled: 29%
Average Graduation Rate: 54%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 51%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Washington University in St Louis
  2. College of the Ozarks
  3. University of Missouri-Columbia
  4. Truman State University
  5. Saint Louis University

Montana

Number of Schools: 9
Number of Psychology Programs: 28
2021 Psychology Graduates: 476
Average Net Price: $14,420
Average Admitted: 75%
Average Enrolled: 30%
Average Graduation Rate: 48%
Student / Faculty: 11 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 54%

Top 3 Programs

  1. Montana State University
  2. The University of Montana
  3. Montana State University Billings

Nebraska

Number of Schools: 16
Number of Psychology Programs: 52
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,352
Average Net Price: $16,371
Average Admitted: 76%
Average Enrolled: 24%
Average Graduation Rate: 53%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 47%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  2. University of Nebraska at Omaha
  3. Creighton University
  4. University of Nebraska at Kearney
  5. Nebraska Wesleyan University

Nevada

Number of Schools: 4
Number of Psychology Programs: 24
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,286
Average Net Price: $16,650
Average Admitted: 79%
Average Enrolled: 32%
Average Graduation Rate: 43%
Student / Faculty: 17 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 35%

Top 4 Programs

  1. University of Nevada-Reno
  2. University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  3. Nevada State College
  4. Sierra Nevada University

New Hampshire

Number of Schools: 12
Number of Psychology Programs: 32
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,328
Average Net Price: $21,733
Average Admitted: 81%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 56%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 36%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Dartmouth College
  2. University of New Hampshire-Main Campus
  3. Saint Anselm College
  4. Southern New Hampshire University
  5. Keene State College

New Jersey

Number of Schools: 26
Number of Psychology Programs: 145
2021 Psychology Graduates: 6,859
Average Net Price: $15,122
Average Admitted: 79%
Average Enrolled: 18%
Average Graduation Rate: 63%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 34%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Princeton University
  2. Rutgers University-New Brunswick
  3. The College of New Jersey
  4. Rutgers University-Newark
  5. Drew University

New Mexico

Number of Schools: 7
Number of Psychology Programs: 35
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,374
Average Net Price: $8,827
Average Admitted: 71%
Average Enrolled: 40%
Average Graduation Rate: 38%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 45%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus
  2. University of New Mexico-Main Campus
  3. New Mexico State University-Main Campus
  4. New Mexico Highlands University
  5. Western New Mexico University

New York

Number of Schools: 99
Number of Psychology Programs: 495
2021 Psychology Graduates: 22,278
Average Net Price: $20,389
Average Admitted: 68%
Average Enrolled: 20%
Average Graduation Rate: 65%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 51%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Columbia University in the City of New York
  2. Cornell University
  3. New York University
  4. Barnard College
  5. Yeshiva University

North Carolina

Number of Schools: 50
Number of Psychology Programs: 149
2021 Psychology Graduates: 5,701
Average Net Price: $19,190
Average Admitted: 68%
Average Enrolled: 22%
Average Graduation Rate: 52%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 60%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Duke University
  2. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  3. North Carolina State University at Raleigh
  4. Davidson College
  5. Wake Forest University

North Dakota

Number of Schools: 9
Number of Psychology Programs: 28
2021 Psychology Graduates: 703
Average Net Price: $13,966
Average Admitted: 84%
Average Enrolled: 48%
Average Graduation Rate: 52%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 67%

Top 4 Programs

  1. Minot State University
  2. North Dakota State University-Main Campus
  3. University of North Dakota
  4. University of Mary

Ohio

Number of Schools: 61
Number of Psychology Programs: 226
2021 Psychology Graduates: 7,319
Average Net Price: $17,137
Average Admitted: 73%
Average Enrolled: 21%
Average Graduation Rate: 50%
Student / Faculty: 15 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 45%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Ohio State University-Main Campus
  2. Franciscan University of Steubenville
  3. University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
  4. Miami University-Oxford
  5. Cedarville University

Oklahoma

Number of Schools: 22
Number of Psychology Programs: 86
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,183
Average Net Price: $13,740
Average Admitted: 74%
Average Enrolled: 35%
Average Graduation Rate: 43%
Student / Faculty: 17 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 52%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Oklahoma State University-Main Campus
  2. University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus
  3. East Central University
  4. Northeastern State University
  5. University of Tulsa

Oregon

Number of Schools: 18
Number of Psychology Programs: 77
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,983
Average Net Price: $20,719
Average Admitted: 80%
Average Enrolled: 21%
Average Graduation Rate: 63%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 45%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Oregon State University
  2. University of Oregon
  3. Eastern Oregon University
  4. Multnomah University
  5. Bushnell University

Pennsylvania

Number of Schools: 93
Number of Psychology Programs: 374
2021 Psychology Graduates: 10,469
Average Net Price: $21,691
Average Admitted: 77%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 66%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 51%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Pennsylvania
  2. Haverford College
  3. Grove City College
  4. Carnegie Mellon University
  5. Dickinson College

Rhode Island

Number of Schools: 9
Number of Psychology Programs: 45
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,212
Average Net Price: $26,546
Average Admitted: 66%
Average Enrolled: 26%
Average Graduation Rate: 74%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 47%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Brown University
  2. University of Rhode Island
  3. Providence College
  4. Rhode Island College
  5. Bryant University

South Carolina

Number of Schools: 31
Number of Psychology Programs: 82
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,734
Average Net Price: $18,675
Average Admitted: 72%
Average Enrolled: 25%
Average Graduation Rate: 52%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 57%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Clemson University
  2. Columbia International University
  3. University of South Carolina-Columbia
  4. Citadel Military College of South Carolina
  5. Furman University

South Dakota

Number of Schools: 10
Number of Psychology Programs: 27
2021 Psychology Graduates: 481
Average Net Price: $18,700
Average Admitted: 80%
Average Enrolled: 35%
Average Graduation Rate: 51%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 52%

Top 4 Programs

  1. South Dakota State University
  2. University of South Dakota
  3. Black Hills State University
  4. University of Sioux Falls

Tennessee

Number of Schools: 34
Number of Psychology Programs: 146
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,841
Average Net Price: $19,644
Average Admitted: 72%
Average Enrolled: 29%
Average Graduation Rate: 57%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 59%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Vanderbilt University
  2. Milligan University
  3. The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
  4. Freed-Hardeman University
  5. Middle Tennessee State University

Texas

Number of Schools: 72
Number of Psychology Programs: 410
2021 Psychology Graduates: 16,595
Average Net Price: $15,094
Average Admitted: 76%
Average Enrolled: 28%
Average Graduation Rate: 49%
Student / Faculty: 17 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 55%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Rice University
  2. The University of Texas at Austin
  3. Texas A & M University-College Station
  4. Trinity University
  5. The University of Texas Permian Basin

Utah

Number of Schools: 8
Number of Psychology Programs: 43
2021 Psychology Graduates: 2,526
Average Net Price: $12,919
Average Admitted: 82%
Average Enrolled: 33%
Average Graduation Rate: 55%
Student / Faculty: 20 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 55%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Brigham Young University
  2. University of Utah
  3. Utah State University
  4. Westminster College
  5. Southern Utah University

Vermont

Number of Schools: 10
Number of Psychology Programs: 30
2021 Psychology Graduates: 620
Average Net Price: $29,771
Average Admitted: 69%
Average Enrolled: 30%
Average Graduation Rate: 65%
Student / Faculty: 11 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 55%

Top 5 Programs

  1. Middlebury College
  2. Goddard College
  3. University of Vermont
  4. Saint Michael’s College
  5. Norwich University

Virginia

Number of Schools: 40
Number of Psychology Programs: 140
2021 Psychology Graduates: 8,681
Average Net Price: $21,389
Average Admitted: 75%
Average Enrolled: 20%
Average Graduation Rate: 60%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 60%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Virginia-Main Campus
  2. Washington and Lee University
  3. Virginia Military Institute
  4. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  5. William & Mary

Washington

Number of Schools: 22
Number of Psychology Programs: 93
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,780
Average Net Price: $18,576
Average Admitted: 84%
Average Enrolled: 25%
Average Graduation Rate: 64%
Student / Faculty: 13 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 47%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Washington-Seattle Campus
  2. Western Washington University
  3. Washington State University
  4. University of Washington-Tacoma Campus
  5. Northwest University

West Virginia

Number of Schools: 15
Number of Psychology Programs: 40
2021 Psychology Graduates: 1,328
Average Net Price: $13,411
Average Admitted: 83%
Average Enrolled: 25%
Average Graduation Rate: 45%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 57%

Top 5 Programs

  1. West Virginia University
  2. Marshall University
  3. West Virginia University Institute of Technology
  4. Fairmont State University
  5. Shepherd University

Wisconsin

Number of Schools: 30
Number of Psychology Programs: 111
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,956
Average Net Price: $18,613
Average Admitted: 80%
Average Enrolled: 23%
Average Graduation Rate: 61%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 56%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Wisconsin-Madison
  2. University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  3. Lawrence University
  4. University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  5. Viterbo University

Wyoming

Number of Schools: 1
Number of Psychology Programs: 5
2021 Psychology Graduates: 220
Average Net Price: $7,939
Average Admitted: 97%
Average Enrolled: 27%
Average Graduation Rate: 60%
Student / Faculty: 14 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 48%

Top 1 Program

  1. University of Wyoming

Puerto Rico

Number of Schools: 28
Number of Psychology Programs: 111
2021 Psychology Graduates: 3,326
Average Net Price: $8,142
Average Admitted: 65%
Average Enrolled: 73%
Average Graduation Rate: 38%
Student / Faculty: 18 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 41%

Top 5 Programs

  1. University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras
  2. University of Puerto Rico-Cayey
  3. University of Puerto Rico-Humacao
  4. Universidad Central de Bayamon
  5. University of Puerto Rico at Ponce

Virgin Islands

Number of Schools: 1
Number of Psychology Programs: 3
2021 Psychology Graduates: 25
Average Net Price: $9,850
Average Admitted: 98%
Average Enrolled: 42%
Average Graduation Rate: 32%
Student / Faculty: 10 / 1
Full-Time Instructors: 35%

Top 1 Program

  1. University of the Virgin Islands