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 How long would it take to earn a PhD in psychology?

Answer A PhD or a Doctorate in Psychology takes on average 4 to 6 years. An additional year is typically added for a doctorate in clinical psychology due to internship requirements in conjunction with sup... Read More »
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How long does it take to earn a masters degree in psychology?

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How many years does it take to earn a doctoral degree in psychology?

The Occupational Outlook Handbook (2009) published by the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics states that between five and seven years of graduate study are required to become a Doctor of Psychology.... Read More »
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How many years of school does it take to earn a master's degree in psychology?

Two years of full-time graduate study is required to earn a master's degree in psychology, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Students should have a bachelor's degree from an accredited c... Read More »
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How long does it take to become a doctor of psychology?

To become a psychologist, four years of undergraduate study is required, followed by five years of graduate school. There are two different degrees that can be obtained: a PsyD Doctor of Psycholog... Read More »
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