Psychology - Psychological Services (M.A.)
The Psychological Services Program is a concentration in psychological theory and procedures. It prepares students for work in mental health centers, social services agencies, hospitals, community programs, and other health service settings, and provides a strong base for students seeking more advanced graduate study or doctoral training in psychology. Students may concentrate in an area of interest, choosing courses from a wide range of electives. A supervised field experience in community psychology gives students direct experience in providing psychological services in a human services setting.
Fall: June 30
Spring: December 1
In addition to the University’s admission requirements:
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (lower GPA’s will be considered based on overall strength of application)
- Official transcripts from all institutions attended
- Two letters of recommendation
- Departmental interview may be required
- Professional Resume/CV
- Official TOEFL or IELTS score reports
- 12 credits in the Behavioral Sciences (at least 6 of which are Psychology).