Section Menu

Need Help? Click to Chat!

Doctorate of Psychology

Designed to meet the needs of working professionals, the Psychology Doctorate is a rigorous plan of study that combines face-to-face learning with individualized learning contracts. Using a cohort method and intensive seminars, the program is designed to allow the student to exercise their best scholarship abilities. Cohorts are deliberately small to enhance the quality of the learning experience, so admission to the program is very selective.

Two tracks are available within the Psychology Doctorate degree program:
  • Track One – Prepares the student to be license eligible for licensure as a psychologist in the State of Alaska.
  • Track Two – For individuals who desire to obtain a doctorate, but are not desiring to obtain licensure as a psychologist.

Admissions standards and prerequisites vary depending on the Track you apply for.

For more information please contact Robert Lane, Psy.D. program director, at (907) 564-8319 or rlane@alaskapacific.edu

Download the Psy.D. Brochure