Our mission is to ensure that our graduates are able to ethically apply their knowledge and skills while compassionately serving the diverse populations they will encounter over the course of their careers, including but not limited to teaching, providing mental health services, or engaging in research. The faculty are committed to instilling in our students an approach to their work which demonstrates empathy, care, and a spirit of inclusiveness while training culturally competent professionals who possess substantive knowledge and skills to practice effectively and ethically. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of training and education as achieved through the integration of theory, research, cross cultural studies, social justice and advocacy as well as a strong emphasis on clinical practice.

The Interim Chair of the Division of Psychology and Counseling is Dr. Patricia Robey  

Undergraduate Programs - Bachelor of Arts

  • Psychology
    • Forensic Psychology
    • Industrial Organizational Psychology
    • Mindfulness Studies
    • Pre-Clinical Psychology
     

 Graduate Programs - Master of Arts

  •  Counseling
    •  Clinical Mental Health
    •  Marriage Couple and Family
    •  School Counseling
     
  •   Psychology
    • Clinical
    • Theoretical
     

Specialist Degree Program - Educational Specialist

Doctoral Programs - Doctor of Education

Minors  

  • Psychology   
    • Forensic Psychology
    • Industrial/Organizational Psychology
     

Non-Degree Certificates 

  • Certificate in Online Teaching
  •  Licensure/Certificate in Early Childhood Education 
  • School Counseling Certificate, Post-M.A.
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling Certificate, Post-M.A.
  • Marriage Couple & Family Counseling Certificate, Post-M.A.
  • College Career Counseling

Concentrations

  • Pre-clinical
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Industrial/organizational psychology
  • Mindfulness