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- School Psychology Program (Ed.S.)
- Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (Psy.D.)
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Graduate Programs in Psychology
Graduate study in Psychology at Marywood attempts to provide the student with an in-depth view of the scientific foundations and professional applications of the discipline. The curriculum serves the needs of students who wish to apply psychological principles and techniques in varied professional settings. The master's-level program is also an appropriate preparation for those who wish to pursue further study at the doctoral level in a more specialized area.
Graduate Programs in Counseling
We offer state-of-the-art training experiences in school and mental health counseling. In addition to our CACREP accredited school counseling programs, we offer the only CACREP accredited Mental Health Counseling (MHC) program in NEPA, and one of only two programs in a five-state area!
- M.S. Counselor Education
- M.A. Mental Health Counseling
- Post Master's Certification in School Counseling
The Department of Psychology and Counseling participates with the Art Department in a program leading to the degree of Master of Arts in Art Therapy. The program is centered administratively in the Art Department and ordinarily requires completion of an undergraduate art degree as an admissions consideration. Since the program is interdisciplinary in nature, undergraduate psychology majors with an appropriate art background also may be considered for admission. The Chairperson of the Art Department should be contacted for specific details.