The Master of Arts in Psychology, Psychological Services Program is a concentration in psychological theory and procedures. It prepares students for employment in mental health centers, social services agencies, hospitals, community programs, and other human service settings. The program also provides a strong base of studies preparing students for more advanced graduate study or doctoral training in applied and professional psychology. Students may concentrate in an area of interest by choosing courses from a wide range of electives. A supervised field experience in community psychology enables students to obtain direct experience in providing psychological services in an approved human services setting.
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