Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP)
The Master in Psychology degree provides foundational practical and theoretical knowledge for a sustainable and successful career in the field of psychology. Students completing this course of study do not meet criteria for licensure but are qualified for consideration in a variety of fields of psychology or for entry into doctoral programs.
The core of this degree includes:
- Strong emphasis on theories of human development throughout the lifespan and within the social context,
- Evidence based research
- Counseling approaches outside of psychotherapy
- A 60-unit program that includes a Practicum/Special Project sequence of 11 units