Montana
Graduate studies in the psychology of adult development and aging

Following are data on academic programs in the state that provide a specialization in adult development and aging. Data include titles of courses and seminars offered number of faculty with a specialization in adult development and aging, psychology specializations integrated with the study of adult development and aging, administrative organization of the program, availability of assistantships and traineeships in the program, practicum and internship placement opportunities and web addresses and contact persons for the program.

The University of Montana (Department of Psychology)

Courses and Specialized Seminars Offered: Advanced Developmental Psychology, Seminar in Adult Development and Aging, History and Theories of Development

Number of Faculty in AD&A: 1 Full Time,  0 Part Time

Availability of Assistantships in AD&A: None

Availability of Postdoctoral Opportunities in AD&A: None

Other Relevant Information and Comments: The adult development and aging specialization is part of the Doctoral Program in Developmental Psychology. The Developmental Program has a lifespan orientation, with faculty in infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood.  A unique component of the program is the field placement, in which students will gain one-on-one experience working with older adults.

Contact:
Kimberly Wallace
Department of Psychology
The University of Montana
32 Campus Drive, #1584
Missoula, MT 59812
Telephone: (406) 243-5191
Fax: (406) 243-6366
Email 
Website  

Montana State University — Bozeman (Department of Psychology)

Psychology Specializations Integrated with AD&A: Experimental/cognitive, Social

Courses and Specialized Seminars Offered: Psychology of Women, Cognitive Processes

Number of Faculty in AD&A: 1 Full Time, 0 Part Time

Availability of Assistantships in AD&A: None 

Availability of Postdoctoral Opportunities in AD&A: None 

Practicum and Internship Placements: None

Other Relevant Information and Comments: Our primary focus is in applied psychology; however, opportunities are available to work with faculty on aging related research

Contact:
Lee Stadtlander, Ph.D.
304 Traphagen
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
Telephone: (406) 994-5174
Email