Behavioral Sciences Doctoral Degrees

Become an Expert in Mental Health Studies with a Behavioral Sciences Doctorate

Earning a doctorate from Liberty University means gaining a world-class education rooted in a Christian worldview. We want to Train Champions for Christ by equipping behavioral sciences professionals with the skills, knowledge, and practical experience they need to help patients heal and grow.

If you want to study advanced research in human behavior so you can help people struggling with mental health issues, earning your doctorate from Liberty’s School of Behavioral Sciences can be the best path forward.


Available Degree Program

Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology


Why Choose Liberty’s Doctoral Degree in Behavioral Sciences?

Planning for your career by choosing the right graduate program can be confusing and stressful. Let us help. At Liberty, we offer doctoral programs that meet high academic standards for accreditation and prepare you to be a world-class scholar. With our doctoral program from the School of Behavioral Sciences, you can gain your clinical psychology license and gain the skills and knowledge you need to help people heal and grow. It’s time to take your career to the next level. Why wait?

We want to make it easier for you to land your dream job. Our degrees are created around real-world applications and taught by professors with years of field experience. You can trust that you are getting a degree that will equip you to excel in clinical, nonclinical, and academic careers.

Earning your degree with Liberty comes with many benefits:

  • Learning how to conduct research and generate reports appropriate for the behavioral science field.
  • Caring faculty who pray for and with students throughout their academic journey.
  • Programs designed for professionals from all walks of life, not just to help you with career advancement but to help you impact the world and the well-being of others in the spirit of Christian service.
  • Earning your master’s degree and so you can gain licensure for your clinical practice, all while pursuing your doctorate.
  • Hands-on experience through practicums and internships in a clinical setting.

School of Behavioral Sciences Doctoral Degree Information

  • Residential
  • 126 total hours
  • Transfer in a total of 39 credit hours from an APA-accredited program.
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Admission Requirements for School of Behavioral Sciences Doctoral Degrees

Every application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and all applicants must submit the following documents and meet the minimum requirements for admission:

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