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Department of Psychology
Degrees Offered: Master's (Terminal), a doctorate program is also available
Full-time Faculty: 25+
Full-time Faculty Identifying as Community Psychologists: 3
# of Students Admitted Each Year: 15
Available Student Assistantships: Graduate assistantships may be available.
The program focuses on training researchers and practitioners. Graduates from the program are typically employed in education, consulting and/or the nonprofit and for-profit/business sectors.
Our program provides flexibility for community-focused students to take up to six hours coursework outside of the department (e.g., law; criminal justice; women's gender and sexuality studies) that align with their specific area(s) of interest. All students are required to complete a capstone experience, which could include a project or internship placement. We have resources available to assist with identifying those opportunities. Several required classes also include applied projects with community partners. The program can be completed in one year.