Neuroscience and Animal Behavior (Psychology)

Percentages are rounded to whole numbers and do not always add to 100. “Five Year Average” of admissions and enrollment data reflect data from 2012-13 through fall semester 2016.  “Five Year Average” of degree data reflects data from 2011-12 through 2015-16.

PhD Program Data

Fall 2016

Fall 2015

5 Year Average

PhD Admissions

Number of applications 47 63 63
Number of admissions offers (Selectivity) 3 (6%) 5 (8%) 6 (7%)
Number of new doctoral students (Yield) 2 (67%) 4 (80%) 3 (71%)

PhD Enrollment

Total enrollment 19 21 19
Female 58% 57% 67%
Male 42% 43% 33%
International 5% 5% 3%
U.S. citizen or permanent resident 95% 95% 97%

PhD Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or
Permanent Resident, by Race

Black or African American 5% 6%
Asian
Hispanic of any race 3%
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
White 78% 65% 66%
Two or more races (includes Hispanic)
Not indicated 22% 30% 25%

PhD Degrees

2015-16

5 Year Average

Number of degrees awarded 3 3
Median years to PhD 5.7 5.9
Average adjusted years to PhD 5.5 6.1
Percent of students who entered between
2004-05 and 2008-09, and completed
the PhD as of August 31, 2016
79%

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Placement Data

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[Note: Data is aggregate of all three Psychology doctoral programs (i.e. Clinical Pyschology, Cognitioin and Development, and Neuroscience and Animal Behavior).]

[Note: TT = tenure track]

Placement Data