Concentrations and Focused Study

Concentrations

Concentrations for your career. Education for a lifetime.

Choose from a range of concentrations, and elevate to your greatest potential.

Program-Specific Concentrations

Unique to each academic degree program, these concentrations give you the opportunity to focus your learning on an area within the field of psychology. Your concentration courses and fieldwork will provide you with a deep level of knowledge and experience in your area of interest and lay a strong foundation for your future career path.

College-Wide Concentrations

Available to students in many WJC graduate programs, our college-wide concentrations will train you to be a culturally responsive provider to diverse and vulnerable populations and prepare you to meet the great need for skilled professionals with the competence and compassion to make a difference in underserved communities.  

The Choice Is Yours

You can enroll in both a program-specific concentration and college-wide concentration, or no concentration at all. Your journey is your own. 

For Current Students: If you did not enroll in a concentration at the time of application, please fill out the Declaration of Concentration form and return it to the Registrar and submit a copy to the Concentration Director.

Academic Program Program-Specific College-Wide
PsyD in Clinical Psychology Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience
Clinical Health Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Geropsychology
Neuropsychology
African and Caribbean Mental Health
Asian Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
LGBTQIA+ Studies
Military and Veterans Psychology
PsyD in Leadership Psychology

Educational Leadership
Inclusive Leadership
Leading Non-Profits and NGOs
Neuroscience of Leadership Psychology

African and Caribbean Mental Health
Asian Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
LGBTQIA+ Studies
MA in Applied Behavior Analysis N/A N/A
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (On-Campus) General Track
Couples and Family Therapy
Forensic and Correctional Counseling
Health and Behavioral Medicine
Substance Use and Addictions
African and Caribbean Mental Health
Asian Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
LGBTQIA+ Studies
Military and Veterans Psychology
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Online) N/A Military and Veterans Psychology
MA in Organizational Psychology Talent Management These courses are held at William James College. They are in-person and synchronous.
African and Caribbean Mental Health
Asian Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
LGBTQIA+ Studies
MA in Psychology N/A N/A
MA and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) in School Psychology Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience

African and Caribbean Mental Health
Asian Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
LGBTQIA+ Studies
Military and Veterans Psychology

Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching N/A N/A
Graduate Certificate in School Leadership N/A N/A
BS in Psychology and Human Services Minor in Addictions Counseling
Minor in Applied Behavior Analysis
Minor in Behavioral Health (General Track)
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