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Best Bachelor's in Developmental Psychology

A bachelor's in developmental psychology focuses on how and why people change over time, from infancy to old age. Key areas of focus include language acquisition, personality development, and the impact of cultural differences on human development. Some programs might also offer classes in specialized topics like developmental neuroscience or the psychology of learning. It's important to note becoming a practicing psychologist will require a graduate degree and licensure. Explore our rankings below.

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#1 in Developmental psychology | #102 in Psychology
Economic score 2.32

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Cost $12,335

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $47,713

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 60%

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#2 in Developmental psychology | #83 in Psychology
Economic score 3.42

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Cost $15,526

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $44,478

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 72%

Graduation rates below the school’s state average are shown in red. Schools with graduation rates in the bottom 25% nationally (48%) are not  displayed.

#3 in Developmental psychology | #112 in Psychology
Economic score 3.48

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Cost $17,878

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $47,522

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 83%

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#4 in Developmental psychology | #457 in Psychology

Utica University

Utica, New York

Economic score 6.91

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Cost $22,452

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $38,952

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 58%

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#5 in Developmental psychology | #732 in Psychology

Eckerd College

Saint Petersburg, Florida

Economic score 9.86

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Cost $36,531

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $40,112

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 68%

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#6 in Developmental psychology | #389 in Psychology

Metropolitan State University

Saint Paul, Minnesota

Economic score 12.64

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Cost $16,044

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $34,172

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 65%

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#7 in Developmental psychology | #725 in Psychology

Emmanuel College

Boston, Massachusetts

Economic score 21.46

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Cost $29,816

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $34,351

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 67%

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Economic score 4.62

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Cost $14,313

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $41,630

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 43%

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Savannah State University

Savannah, Georgia

Economic score 9.00

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Cost $10,157

The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

Earnings $30,630

Median earnings of all students 4 years after graduating.

Graduation rate 31%

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How long does it take me to repay a bachelor's degree in developmental psychology?

Years

5.3 years

The cost of the average bachelor's degree in developmental psychology is covered by the new earnings of graduates in 5.3 years.

How much do graduates with a bachelor's degree in developmental psychology earn?

Salary

$42,350

The median bachelor's degree in developmental psychology graduate earns $42,350 4 years after graduating.

How much does a bachelor's degree in developmental psychology cost?

Net cost

$18,287

The average annual cost of a bachelor's degree in developmental psychology is $18,287. This is the net cost and considers only students that have received Title IV funds.