Psychology (Master's Degree)
The psychology and counseling programs fully encompass the College’s Humanics philosophy, serving as a vital bridge to the understanding of the full range of human behavior—both in practical, real-life situations, or in theoretical and scholarly study. Our psychology program prepares graduate students to assume leadership roles in a variety of careers, including athletic counseling, college administration, clinical mental health counseling, school counseling, and industrial/organizational psychology.
Many exciting new career opportunities are available for counselors and psychologists holding advanced degrees, particularly in the fields of educational counseling, community mental health care, athletics, human resources, and the growing areas of consulting, training, and marketing research.
Concentrations in this program include athletic counseling, clinical mental health counseling, industrial/organizational psychology, school counseling, and student personnel administration in higher education.