The Departments of Psychology (College of Arts and Sciences) and Professional Psychology and Family Therapy (College of Human Development, Culture, and Media) offer a dual degree program leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (B.A.) and Master of Arts in Psychological Studies (M.A.).
The B.A. in Psychology program provides academic courses and internship opportunities that prepare students for a wide range of careers focused on understanding behavior — from graduate studies in psychology, medicine or law to careers in business, research or school settings.
The M.A. in Psychological Studies provides students with a program grounded in basic theory and methods of psychology, and introduces students to the many diverse fields of psychology. The M.A. in Psychological Studies is a 36-credit program, with 24 degree requirement credits and 12 credits within one of the following concentration areas:
- School Psychology
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Applied Behavior Analysis
- Individualized (Student and adviser select courses to meet student's goals).