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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY Our Master of Science in Psychology infuses multicultural competencies into its curriculum, a critical advantage in training psychology practitioners for today’s world. The Master’s program offers majors in Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. Dual majors are available. Class schedules are designed for the working population with classes being conveniently offered in the evenings during weekdays and on Saturdays. Individualized attention to students is a priority of the program, with regular one on one advisement available.
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KEY ADVANTAGES / BENEFITS
- Field experiences or practica provide an opportunity to acquire knowledge and techniques   most appropriately learned in a practical setting - Didactic and experiential training facilitate the integration of theory, practice, personal and   interpersonal levels of awareness.- The small student-faculty ratio enhances learning by creating classroom environments   where active student participation is encouraged, critical thinking is supported, and   personal attention is given to the professional growth of each student.
- The graduate faculty and adjunct professors are active professionals who convey an   understanding of relevant theories, skills, techniques, research, and practice in their fields.
- The student body, a multi-cultural microcosm of tomorrow’s society, provides a natural
  laboratory for developing an understanding of  diverse beliefs and value systems.
- Evening and Saturday classes make the adaptation to academic life less difficult for
  graduate students who hold full-time or part-time jobs.