Master of Arts in Psychology, concentration in Counseling Psychology

The program emphasizes the holistic formation of competent counseling psychologists who can help individuals and groups in a variety of settings. In particular, the program prepares students to work in the areas of psychological assessment and diagnosis, counseling/psychotherapy, and research. This is accomplished by providing knowledge through a wide array of courses in the dynamics of normal and abnormal human behavior, approaches to counseling/psychotherapy, skills in psychological testing and test evaluation, and research.
Graduates of the Counseling Psychology program can engage in private clinical practice and are able to work in the academe, industry, government and non-government agencies, and hospitals.