Degrees and Programs
Psychology is the second most popular degree among undergraduate students, for good reason: It’s a fun, challenging, and rewarding field.
You can receive a:
Many of our students who pursue psychology at the graduate level go on to doctoral programs or high-paying, rewarding careers in research or teaching.
You can receive your Master of Arts in Psychology in one of these four tracks:
- predoctoral general psychology (thesis)
- predoctoral health psychology (thesis)
- clinical health psychology (non-thesis)
- teaching of psychology (non-thesis)
You can also receive graduate certificates in these disciplines:
- disability policy and practice
- women and gender studies
- positive behavior support/applied behavior analysis/autism
See if one of our graduate programs is right for you.