The USUHS Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology offers two military-track Ph.D. programs for active duty military students. Military students can earn a doctorate in either Clinical Psychology or Medical Psychology.
Applicants to the military-track Ph.D. programs in Clinical Psychology or Medical Psychology do not need to be on active duty at the time of their application. It is common for reserve, guard, enlisted, and civilian students to apply to the military-track Ph.D. programs and then commission as an officer before coming to USUHS. As active duty military officers, military students earn regular base pay, basic allowance for housing (BAH), and basic allowance for sustenance (BAS) while attending USUHS.