University of North Carolina at Pembroke - Psychology Ranking 2018

University of North Carolina at PembrokeRanked
1,257
in the USA
University of North Carolina at Pembroke is a small public college offering a number of disciplines along with psychology programs and located in Pembroke, North Carolina. The school was founded in 1887 and is currently offering bachelor's and master's degrees in 3 psychology programs.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke is rather affordable - depending on the program, tuition is around $17,000 a year. If you seek a cheaper alternative, check Affordable Colleges in North Carolina listing.

Recent studies showed that University of North Carolina at Pembroke area is dangerous - the school is reported to have a bad rating for campus security.

Based on 67 evaluation criteria, University of North Carolina at Pembroke psychology program ranks #1,257 Psychology School (out of 2077; top 65%) in the United States and #28 Psychology School in North Carolina. Major competing psychology schools for this school are Duke University in Durham and Georgetown University in Washington. Check the details about all twelve competing psychology schools and list of offered psychology majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2018:

Ranked #28 Psychology School in North Carolina
Ranked #402 Psychology School in The South
Ranked #1,257 Psychology School in USA

Programs rankings 2018:

State of North Carolina Ranking

Ranked #10 Educational Psychology School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #110 Educational Psychology School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #329 Educational Psychology School
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Social Work Programs - ranked top 35% in USA
Also, check how University of North Carolina at Pembroke has been ranked among graduate schools in North Carolina.

Contact information:

University of North Carolina at Pembroke
One University Drive
Pembroke, NC 28372-1510
Phone: (910) 521-6000
Website: https://www.uncp.edu

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University of North Carolina at Pembroke Location Map

Psychology majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

General Psychology

Master's degree

College Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Counselor Education and Guidance Services

Local competitors:

Duke University - Psychology School Ranking
Duke University

Durham, NC, 4 psychology programs

Georgetown University - Psychology School Ranking
Georgetown University

Washington, DC, 4 psychology programs

Emory University - Psychology School Ranking
Emory University

Atlanta, GA, 6 psychology programs

University of Virginia - Psychology School Ranking
University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA, 9 psychology programs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Psychology School Ranking
University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC, 8 psychology programs

College of William and Mary - Psychology School Ranking
College of William and Mary

Williamsburg, VA, 7 psychology programs

Wake Forest University - Psychology School Ranking
Wake Forest University

Winston Salem, NC, 5 psychology programs

University of Georgia - Psychology School Ranking
University of Georgia

Athens, GA, 14 psychology programs

George Washington University - Psychology School Ranking
George Washington University

Washington, DC, 19 psychology programs

Clemson University - Psychology School Ranking
Clemson University

Clemson, SC, 8 psychology programs

Howard University - Psychology School Ranking
Howard University

Washington, DC, 17 psychology programs

George Mason University - Psychology School Ranking
George Mason University

Fairfax, VA, 10 psychology programs

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