B.A., Psychology/M.A., Psychological Studies
The Departments of Psychology (College of Arts and Sciences) and Professional Psychology and Family Therapy (College of Education and Human Services) offer a dual degree program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (B.A.) and Master of Arts in Psychological Studies (M.A.).
The B.A. in Psychology program provides academic courses and internship opportunities that prepare students for a wide range of careers focused on understanding behavior — from graduate studies in psychology, medicine or law to careers in business, research or school settings.
The M.A. in Psychological Studies provides students with a program grounded in basic theory and methods of psychology, and introduces students to the many diverse fields of psychology. The M.A. in Psychological Studies is a 36-credit program, with 24 degree requirement credits and 12 credits within one of the following concentration areas:
- School Psychology
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Individualized (Student and adviser select courses to meet student's goals).
B.A. Psychology/M.A. Psychological Studies
The Departments of Psychology and Professional Psychology and Family Therapy offer a dual degree program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (B.A.) and Master of Arts in Psychological Studies (M.A.).
This five-year program permits students to take four required courses from the graduate Psychological Studies core curriculum during their senior year. The 12 graduate credits earned count toward the completion of the bachelor's degree.
After completion of the M.A. in their desired concentration, students may apply to the advanced Ed.S. program at the specialist level in School Psychology, Professional Counseling or Applied Behavior Analysis.
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