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Baylor University College of Arts and Sciences Psychology and Neuroscience
Baylor University College of Arts and Sciences Psychology and Neuroscience
Baylor University College of Arts and Sciences Psychology and Neuroscience
Psychology School
Waco
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School Stats

  • Resident Tuition $25,866
  • Non - Resident Tuition $25,866
  • Application Fee N/A
  • AVG GRE 644
  • AVG GPA 3.8

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Admissions Information

  • Baylor Graduate School
  • Morrison Hall, Suite 200
  • One Bear Place #97264
  • Waco 76798
  • United States

School Overview

School Info

Welcome to the Baylor University Department of Psychology & Neuroscience. This is a vibrant and busy department, with more than 850 undergraduate majors, 50 or more doctoral students, and nearly two dozen full-time faculty. We are housed in the Baylor Science Building (BSB), one of the most outstanding facilities in the country. We also have several labs in the Baylor Tower (801 Washington Ave., downtown Waco), which also houses the Psychology Clinic. Whether thinking about joining us as an undergraduate or graduate student, I would encourage you to explore the BSB link in more detail and you'll find a truly exceptional facility, one characterized by the finest instructional and laboratory space, all indicative of Baylor's unwavering commitment to the best in science education.

The Department boasts a nationally ranked Psy.D. program in clinical psychology, one of only two nationally. We offer a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology as well as one of the nation's oldest undergraduate degree programs in Neuroscience. Our Ph. D Program in Psychology offers tracks in Behavioral Neuroscience, Social Psychology, and General Experimental Psychology. Departmental staff are dedicated, accessible and motivated to help students.

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