The Master of Arts in Psychology program consists of two sequences: Clinical and Theoretical. The program is based upon the scientist-practitioner model that calls for psychologists to be trained both as scientists and as practitioners. The program provides students with a strong theoretical base, assessment training, and research skills. Both sequences are designed to prepare students to pursue advanced graduate degrees in Psychology.
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Psychology Faculty and Department Chairperson, Shannon Dermer
Back row (L to R): Kim Jaroszewski, Jennifer Boender, Darlene Wright, Chris Dyslin, Shaalein Lopez, Tim Pedigo and Linda Buyer
Front row (L to R): Al Tuskenis, Jean Johnson, Terri Christiansen, Elizabeth Ruiz, and Shannon Dermer