Be In Demand with an MA in Psychology
Students who study psychology possess a great deal of information that can be transferred to the world of work, making psychology majors some of the most sought-after prospects by employment recruiters. An MA in Psychology provides students 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 appropriate preparation for those who wish to pursue further study at the doctoral level in a more specialized area.
The general/theoretical track is 48-credit program intended for those students who wish to develop a broad-based understanding of psychology for varied purposes (not necessarily involving clinical applications).
- In-depth view of scientific foundations and professional applications
- Hands-on experience and research opportunities
- Apply psychological principles and techniques in varied professional settings
Outcomes & Opportunities
Hands-On Psychological Services Center on campus! »
Top Career Paths
- Clinical Psychologist
- Speech Pathologist
- Behavioral Therapist
Dig Deeper Into the Program Details
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
- “B” average during undergraduate study or demonstrated potential for graduate work
- Completed application
- Submit an essay discussing your career objectives and why you want to pursue a career in psychology.
- Official, sealed transcripts
- Three letters of recommendation
- GRE Optional
The Psychological Department is located in the McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies.
Map & Directions
The McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies, located on the corner of University and North Washington Avenues, contains classrooms and related clinical/professional space for Communication Sciences and Disorders, Psychology and Counseling, Education, and Business students. Market Marywood is also located here.
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Map & Directions
The Psychological Services Center (PSC), located in Room 1009 in the McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies, is a clinic and training facility. It serves the community as an outpatient mental health clinic that provides services to individuals across the life spectrum from young children to older adults. The entry of the PSC is privately located on the north side of the McGowan Center on Marywood's campus. The PSC is composed of several individual, couple, family, and group therapy rooms, as well as a reception area and waiting room.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation's scholarship programs are designed to encourage and support outstanding students who work hard, demonstrate a strong will to succeed, and have financial need. Our scholarships provide financial assistance and academic support to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.
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