Can be completed in under two years. GRE scores are not required to apply.
Online undergraduate program in a flexible online environment.
Offers both full and part time options. GRE scored are not required.
100% online, can complete in as few as 24 months.
No GRE Required, finish your degree in less than 2 years.

For those seeking a career in the field of psychology Maine offers a variety of different undergraduate and graduate degrees at 13 accredited universities. Earning a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology opens doors to many interesting career fields. Going further to obtain a higher degree can provide even more stability in the workforce. Clinical psychology is the most popular graduate degree program available for psychology.

There are currently 220 clinicians working in Maine, making wages from $45,440 to $120,990 per year. It is worthwhile to seek out a degree that not only makes sense financially, but also provides a sense of pride. Whether a learner chooses the preferred cities of Portland or Orono, Maine has a degree program that works for everyone.

Overview of Psychology Schools

The easternmost state of the United States, Maine is famous for its fishing and landscape. There is truly no finer place to raise a family and settle down in a career. Psychology is one of the most fascinating subjects available as a college major. The human brain is a mystery that continues to be studied and understood to this day.

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13
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$69,660
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Median Salary*
220
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Trends & Outlook for Psychology Careers

The average clinical psychologist earns $69,660 per year in the state of Maine. This is one of the most popular careers in psychology for existing professionals in this field. In order for psychological professionals to be able to diagnose, assess, and treat mental illnesses in the state of Maine, they must apply for and be approved for licensure directly through the state department.

The state of Maine requires that applicants obtain a doctoral degree from an accredited university and complete 2 years of experience in a psychological position. Individuals that receive career-specific master’s degree can qualify for licensure based on requirements for their specific licenses.

If learners choose to take the undergraduate path, there are plenty of employment opportunities in entry level human resource positions as well as sales representatives and psychiatric technicians.


If you are not able to find a good fit at a Maine Psychology School, try exploring Online Psychology programs.

The online Master of Arts in Psychology from Pepperdine University can be completed in under two years and is open to all undergrad majors who want to learn how to assess personality and intelligence and understand mental and emotional disorders. GRE scores are not required to apply.
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With an Online Bachelor of Psychology from the University of West Alabama, you can study an online undergraduate program in a flexible online environment, emphasizing experimental methodology and statistical training while encouraging students to gain real-world experience through research and independent projects from one of Alabama’s oldest and most prestigious universities.
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Northwestern's Top-12 ranked Online MA in Counseling Program prepares the next generation of clinical mental health counselors. Counseling @ Northwestern offers both full and part time options that allow you to earn a degree on your own schedule and a Bridge to Counseling track designed for students with limited previous experience or knowledge in psychology. GRE scores are not required for admission to the program.
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The Regis College Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis can help you join or excel in the field of behavioral science — 100% online in as few as 24 months. Study the evaluation, assessment, and intervention techniques necessary to help children and adults struggling with behavioral issues.
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List of Programs

All Programs

See below for the list of all of the psychology programs in . You can filter down by state, accrediting board, or program to find the best program for you.
Programs Currently Accepting Applicants
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Bowdoin College
place Brunswick
  • book Psychology Major
Colby College
place Waterville
  • book Psychology Major
Husson University
place Bangor
  • book B.S. Psychology
  • book Criminal Justice/Psychology Program
  • book M.S. in School Counseling
  • book Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling - See more at: http://www.husson.edu/college-of-health-and-education/school-of-education/graduate-programs/clinical-mental-health-counseling/#sthash.FNzIf9X1.dpuf
Saint Joseph's College of Maine
place Standish
  • book BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY
Thomas College
place Waterville
  • book Psychology (BA)
University of Maine at Farmington
place Farmington
  • book Bachelor of Arts: Psychology
University of Maine at Machias
place Machias
  • book Bachelor of Arts Psychology & Community Studies Major
University of Maine at Presque Isle
place Presque Isle
  • book B.A. in Psychology
University of New England
place Biddeford
  • book B.A. Psychology
University of Southern Maine
place Portland
  • book BA in Psychology
  • book Master of Science in Educational Psychology
  • book MS in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis
  • book Psy.D. degree (Doctor of Psychology) in school psychology