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The goal of the Psychology Department at Tulane University is to provide students with a course of study in basic research and application. Undergraduate students study in such core areas as cognitive, developmental, social, and physiological psychology; and the practice or application of psychology including School, and Industrial/organizational Psychology. Psychology students engage in research through small laboratory courses and independent projects and gain applied experiences through community-based service learning and internship opportunities. Undergraduate majors in Psychology as well as Psychology and Early Childhood Education are offered. At the graduate level, the department offers Ph.D. programs in Psychological Science and School Psychology.