The Master of Science in Psychology degree offers a wide range of academic and professionally oriented psychology courses. This degree is offered in response to a strong demand from learners and industry leaders for a degree that is designed for those interested in pursuing a strong theoretical foundation in psychology that can be applied to related fields such as sports psychology, pastoral counseling, life coaching, and trainers in business and industry. This program places an emphasis on science and research. The Master of Science in Psychology degree offers an alternative to the Masters of Arts in Psychology degree. The Master of Science Degree is designed to be generally applicable to related fields and does not lead to licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
Admission to the Master's degree programs requires a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent completed at an appropriately accredited institution. The MS in Psychology degree requires 36 graduate semester units beyond the Bachelor's degree.
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