Indiana Psychology Schools, Colleges & Universities

With a gross state product of over $280 billion a year, Indiana has strong and growing economy. There are several large metro areas throughout the state that are home to over 100,000 people, and even more smaller cities, towns, municipalities and industrial centers scattered across the state. Indiana also has a strong healthcare economy and with nearly 7 million people there seems to be a never ending demand for healthcare services – as well as the professionals who provide those services – including psychologists.

Career opportunities for psychologists working in Indiana are strong, especially in those cities with populations over 100,000, which include Indianapolis (pop. 835,000), Fort Wayne (pop. 260,000), Evansville (pop. 120,000) and South Bend (101,000). Other towns with strong employment opportunities include Bloomington, Fishers, Gary, Muncie, Lafayette and Terre Haute. While employment opportunities exist for psychology professionals throughout the state, they'll be limited in cities with smaller populations.

The most current data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates that psychologists working in Indiana earn roughly $68,000 a year, on average. However, this figure will vary based on employer, field of psychology, education, and location. In order to practice psychology in Indiana a license is required. Licensing prerequisites include passing a state certification exam (administered by the Indiana State Psychology Board) and earning a doctorate degree in psychology.

There are currenly over 40 colleges and universities in Indiana that offered accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs in psychology. Most schools offer financial assistance to qualifying students and there are several state and federal financial aid programs that students can consider. A few of these include the Hoosier Scholarships, the Indiana Higher Education Grant, and the Part-time Grant Program.

Below you can explore accredited psychology schools, colleges, and universities in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, South Bend, Bloomington and Evansville, Indiana offering bachelor's, master's and PhD degree programs in psychology.

Anderson University – Anderson, IN
Ball State University – Muncie, IN
Bethel College – Mishawaka, IN
Butler University – Indianapolis, IN
Calumet College of St. Joseph – Whiting, IN
Christian Theological Seminary – Indianapolis, IN
DePauw University – Greencastle, IN
Franklin College – Franklin, IN
Goshen College – Goshen, IN
Grace College and Theological Seminary – Winona Lake, IN
Hanover College – Hanover, IN
Indiana Institute of Technology – Fort Wayne, IN
Indiana State University – Terre Haute, IN
Indiana University Bloomington – Bloomington, IN
Indiana University-East – Richmond, IN
Indiana University-Kokomo – Kokomo, IN
Indiana University-Northwest – Gary, IN
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne – Fort Wayne, IN
Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
Indiana University-South Bend – South Bend, IN
Indiana University-Southeast – New Albany, IN
Indiana Wesleyan University – Marion, IN
Manchester College – North Manchester, IN
Marian University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
Martin University – Indianapolis, IN
Purdue University – West Lafayette, IN
Purdue University-Calumet – Hammond, IN
Saint Joseph's College – Rensselaer, IN
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College – Saint Mary-Of-The-Woods, IN
Saint Mary's College – Notre Dame, IN
Taylor University – Upland, IN
University of Evansville – Evansville, IN
University of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
University of Notre Dame – Notre Dame, IN
University of Saint Francis – Fort Wayne, IN
University of Southern Indiana – Evansville, IN
Valparaiso University – Valparaiso, IN
Vincennes University – Vincennes, IN
Wabash College – Crawfordsville, IN

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