Grand Canyon University

Ph.D. in General Psychology - Performance Psychology (Quantitative Research) (Online)

Grand Canyon University’s quantitative Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Performance Psychology program offers a broad array of courses that increase the understanding of human actions in the past and present. In this program, students will employ quantitative methodology to design, collect and analyze information in alignment with conducting a scholarly dissertation. This degree is not intended for those seeking licensure in clinical practice. Those interested in licensure or certification should identify the applicable requirements by inquiring directly with their state or province.

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