Idaho Masters in Psychology Degree Programs and Resources

Below is a list ranked by affordability of colleges in Idaho that offer both terminal (masters in psychology only) and non-terminal (masters in psychology with doctorate) psychology programs. There are two universities providing seven postgraduate psychology degrees. The programs can be classified in the following areas of study: psychology, education of school psychological examiner, psychology human factors, clinical psychology, experimental psychology, school psychology, and experimental psychology emphasising human factors. There is a section at the bottom of the page called, “Idaho Psychology Resources” that lists websites highlighting useful, local psychology information. Bordering states that provide psychology graduate degree programs are Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Montana, and Wyoming.

Idaho Masters in Psychology

Idaho Masters in Psychology Degree Programs (Terminal)

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Idaho State University The ISU Master of Science in Psychology students will gain an understanding of core areas and the breadth of the field of psychology and its applications.
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Idaho State University The ISU Master of Education of School Psychological Examiner aligns with the National Association of School Psychologists’ professional standards to assess cognitive and academic abilities, or describe behavior, personality, or aptitude of P-12 learners in order to determine eligibility for services.
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University of Idaho (HFES) The UI Master of Science in Psychology Human Factors students will learn to analyze, understand and enhance how people interact with technology, products, computers, equipment, facilities and other environments. Graduates help businesses, government and others improve performance, efficiency, safety, training and more.
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Idaho Educational Specialist and Doctorate in Psychology Degree Programs

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Idaho State University (APA) The ISU PhD in Clinical Psychology mission is to train competent clinical psychologists who can apply and adapt general conceptual and technical skills in diverse regional and professional settings. Such a clinician must have strong methodological and critical thinking skills and a broad background in the science of human behavior, psychopathology, empirically supported methods of assessment and treatment, cultural diversity, and interdisciplinary processes.
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Idaho State University The ISU PhD in Experimental Psychology provides students with an education and research training in core areas of psychological science (e.g., behavioral neuroscience, behavioral pharmacology, cognition, developmental psychology, learning, personality, sensation and perception, social psychology, research methodology, and statistics). Our faculty's areas of expertise include clinical, cognitive, social, developmental, personality, learning, physiological, comparative, and behavioral pharmacology.
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Idaho State University (NASP) The ISU EdS in School Psychology aligns with the National Association of School Psychologists' professional standards and is the minimum preparation level for school psychologists and special education directors in most states. This program can lead you to licensure as a school psychologist in Idaho.
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University of Idaho (HFES) The UI PhD in Experimental Psychology with an emphasis in Human Factors students will study how humans interact with technology and the built environment. Students are expected to work closely with faculty on research projects throughout their time in the program.
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Idaho Psychology Resources

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Idaho Board of Psychologist Examiners Mission is to help protect the public health, safety and welfare through the licensure and regulation of those who practice psychology in Idaho.
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Idaho Psychological Association The IPA is an advocate for Advancing Psychology in Idaho.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness Idaho The NAMI Idaho mission is to improve the quality of life for all those affected by mental illness through support, education, advocacy and research.
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Idaho Psychiatric Association The IPA works to improve the treatment, rehabilitation, and care of persons with mental disorders in Idaho.
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Idaho Society of Individual Psychology The ISIP es an organization of people in Idaho who are interested in furthering the concepts of Individual Psychology, the psychology of Alfred Adler.
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Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium The ID-PIC mission is to prepare and retain psychologists to provide culturally competent collaborative health care for Idaho’s diverse population.
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Big Sky Regional Council of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry The purpose of Big Sky AACAP is to assist its members in pursuing professional development, utilizing evidenced-based practices, organizing mentorship opportunities and developing regional standards of care.
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