The Department of Psychology at the University of Montana is responsible for the dissemination of psychological knowledge to undergraduate and graduate students. The faculty, with student collaboration, are expected  to advance psychological knowledge by conducting research and distributing the results to the psychological community.

 The Department offers the B.A. degree, the M.A. degree and Ph.D. degrees in Clinical, Experimental and School Psychology, as well as the M.A./Specialist in School Psychology (SSP) degree in School Psychology.  The Clinical Psychology and School Psychology programs are fully accreditated by the Education and Training Board of the American Psychological Association.  The School Psychology SSP program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Contact Us regarding our Graduate Programs!

Questions about the Clinical PhD Program?  Please email Dr. Bryan Cochran

Questions about the Experimental PhD Program?  Please email Dr. Luke Conway

Questions about the School Psychology EdS or PhD Programs?  Please email Dr. Anisa Goforth

General Department of Psychology questions or questions on admissions?  Please email PsychologyDepartment@umontana.edu

Dr. Stuart Hall lecturing