Masters in psychology gather an in-depth knowledge of the behavior, thoughts, actions, interactions, and reactions of people, perhaps leading to a career as a psychologist.
The program is very interesting and fascinating because when you learn about people you get to know different qualities and characteristics of people. It is very useful in workplaces because we will learn how to speak to people and when to speak to people. It is very challenging and reduces problems between people. It is also a great way to learn about yourself and other.
The online degree will help students to foster in speaking, creativity, analytical thinking and also helps students study part-time and work. It provides many opportunities and advances their career. It balances both studies and work. It offers programs with minimal tuition fees and better program quality. Proper material and interaction are provided to the students. There are separate modules to train online students.
There are specializations offered which helps them to focus only on that particular field. Internship requirements are also facilitated close to the student’s home.
The online degree helps the students to get trained for
Marriage and family therapist
Social Service Researcher
Minimum of 30-36 credits needs to be earned by you in order to complete Masters in Psychology degree program (may vary with universities).
A minimum of two grade point or higher are required for overall in average for you to graduate Masters in Psychology degree.
International students are required to complete 4 years of high school and for those whom English is not their primary language, you are required to take TOEFL or IELTS exam.
Students need a minimum of 3.0 GPA from higher secondary school.
Many colleges prefer students who have taken SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) exam and ACT (American College Test) exams
An individual should have a bachelor degree with him.
A letter of motivation.
A student may require having two years of experience in related field.
|Total Tuition||Tuition Per Credit||Credits|
|$ 30642||$ 695||51|
Organizational Psychology - It is the study of Occupational Psychology
Anthropology - It is the study of human culture and their physiological evolution
Sociology - It is the study of principles of human societies and their problems
Statistics - It is the study of analyzing large volume of numerical data
Clinical Psychology - It is the study that deals with human mental illness
Gender Studies - It is an interdisciplinary study of gender identity and representation.
|Applied Industrial Psychology||Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling|
|Applied Psychological Research Methods I||Special Issues in Counseling|
|Applied Psychological Research Design||Human Growth and Development|
|Competency Modeling and Criterion Development||Psychopathology & Psychopharmacology|
|Seminar: Industrial/Organizational Psychology||Group Process|
|Applied Measurement Theory||Counseling Practicum|
|Applied Organizational Psychology||Marriage and Family Counseling|
|Applied Cross-Cultural Industrial/Organizational Psychology||Child-Adolescent Counseling|
|Workforce Training and Development||Assessment in Counseling|
|Applied Organizational Development||Occupational Choice and Career Development in Counseling|
|Applied Psychological Research Methods II||Human Sexuality|
|Succession Planning and Leadership Development||Counseling Internship|
|Capstone: Practicum and Skills Development||Group Facilitation|
|Critical Issues in Counseling||Chemical Dependency in Counseling|
|Counseling Theories||Multicultural Counseling|
|Counseling Pre-Practicum||Professional Seminar|
|Research and Statistics||School Psychology|
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