There are two concentrations within the M.A. Psychology Program. No matter what the focus, 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.
A 45 credit program for students who wish to develop a broad-based understanding of psychology for varied purposes (not necessarily involving clinical applications).
A 48 credit program for students who wish to function in a mental health agency or other human services setting where the psychologist provides a range of consultative, assessment, and therapeutic functions.
Psychology & Counseling Department | McGowan Center, Rooms 1032 & 1034
Grad: (570)348-6226 | Undergrad: (570)348-6270 | Fax: (570)340-6040
Questions about the Psychology Program to Dr. Estelle Campenni at email@example.com.
Questions about the Counseling Program to Dr. Jennifer Barna at firstname.lastname@example.org.