MA in Psychology

Counseling and Behavioral Health

You Want to Better Understand the Human Mind. You Need the Flexibility Online Study Offers.

Learn from Scholar-Practitioners who bring their professional experience to the classroom, and provide you with real-world application of the principles and theories. With a solid foundation in psychological and scientific principles, and the flexibility a fully online program provides, you'll be a resource and apply your knowledge to provide solutions in your workplace and community. Please note: This program does not lead to licensure as an independent mental health practitioner.

Rose Turner“Being able to expand my knowledge in a wide variety of psychological topics has been amazing, especially as I look to advance in my career and education. The courses offered in just this one-year program cover a lot of material. No matter what your area of interest is, there’s a class that talks about it."

Rachel Johansson, MA in Psychology Student

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