Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Alaska that offer Psychology degree programs.
Alaska has a population of almost 700,000, the majority of which live in the city of Anchorage. Known for its incredible landscapes and outdoor recreation, the state can actually have a rather moderate climate. Alaska’s primary industries are agriculture, fishing, forestry, mining and international trade.
Psychology Education in Alaska
Those seeking financial aid to help them attain a degree in psychology should consider scholarships such as the AlaskAdvantage Grant, the Edward and Anna Range Schmidt Charitable Trust and the University of Alaska Scholars Program. Most of Alaska’s universities are concentrated in the state’s larger cities.
Outlook for Psychology in Alaska
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (2010 data), the average psychologist in Alaska earns a mean annual wage of $72,890, but your salary will depend on where you work (for example at a college or university, or in the private sector) Before becoming a licensed psychologist in Alaska you must have a doctoral degree from an approved school and a license from the Alaska Psychology Board.