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PhD in Social, Behavioral, and Population Sciences

The purpose of the PhD program in Social, Behavioral, and Population Sciences is to train experts who will advance the field of social, behavioral, and population sciences through research, development and application of theory, and teaching. The PhD is a highly specialized training program, integrating theory and research in a focused substantive area of global importance. Graduates will have in-depth expertise necessary for a research career, and are expected to develop careers in universities, medical schools, and other higher institutions of learning as faculty members or in research organizations globally.

Admission Requirements

Students applying to the Doctor of Philosophy in Social, Behavioral, and Population Sciences program must meet the school's general admission requirements and submit materials per the application requirements.

Contact Us

Department Interim Chair: Gretchen Clum, PhD

Program Director: Aubrey Madkour, PhD

Program Manager: Anita Jobson-Wolfe

Email: sbps@tulane.edu

Phone: (504) 988-5391

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