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University of North Carolina Chapel Hill was ranked 2nd in a 2015 list of Top 50 Best Value Colleges for a Psychology Degree.

Best Value Schools chose the 50 least expensive schools based on net price, which does not just include tuition. Net price includes account tuition, room and board, living expenses, educational feeds, institutional scholarships, federal loans and other monetary factors, offering a a single annual cost that approximates how much the average student can expect to pay for a year of school at that university.

The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at UNC Chapel Hill was ranked second as our department is rife with extra options for ambitious students. In addition to an Honors Program, psychology majors can also strive for the prestigious (and paid) Karen M. Gil Internship, which offers extensive hands-on training to the school’s brightest future psychologists. More activities include our Minority Psychology Student Association, the Neuroscience Club, and the Psi Chi National Honor Society.

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