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MS, EdS, and Certificate

Graduate Programs + Certificates

Clinical Psychology

Master of Science

This generalist training program is taught by faculty who have extensive real-world clinical experience in a variety of settings. You will have considerable latitude to pursue areas of interest, especially while on internship. This degree prepares you for a professional career in clinical psychology or to enter a doctoral program in psychology.

Psychology, Educational Psychology Concentration

Concentration, Master of Science

This 30-credit hour program focuses on the psychology of learning, including topics such as instructional methods, disabilities, and gifted students.

Psychology, Experimental Psychology Concentration

Concentration, Master of Science

This concentration is offered within our MS Psychology program, and has been developed with both online and on-campus coursework focusing on research-oriented psychology.

Psychology, School Psychology Concentration

Concentration, Master of Science

This 30-credit hour program offers coursework both online and on campus, emphasizing a diverse range of topics addressing student needs. The Master of Science in Psychology program requires 15 credit hours of core curriculum, with an additional 15 credit hours in the school psychology concentration.

Psychology of Learning

Certificate Program

The graduate certificate program in the Psychology of Learning is meant for teaching professionals in community colleges and secondary settings. Offered online.

School Psychology (EdS)

Educational Specialist

To completed the Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology, you must have already completed a master's in School Psychology. The Educational Specialist program takes you one step further and is considered the entry-level degree for School Psychology positions in most states.

Trauma-Informed Education: Social-Emotional Learning & Psychological Well-Being Certificate

Certificate

This 18 credit hour certificate program will further educators, mental health professionals and others in the science of social-emotional learning, development, and interventions, and aspects related to diversity and systems change. This program can be completed entirely online, or with face-to-face course options available.

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Address

Department of Psychology
1701 Morse Road
Visser Hall, 3rd Floor
Main Office, Rm 327