Our undergraduates acquire knowledge and skills in psychology and learn to apply them to practical experiences in field work and internships.
Our many online course options make our programs convenient for those who need to pace their studies or are already working in the field.
The online option means our graduate cohorts often form with a global perspective.
We've also earned national recognition for our programs and accreditation for our graduate programs from organizations such as Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs, the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education, and the Association for Applied Behavior Analysis International.
A $1 million grant helps us offer more aid to students in rehabilitation counseling; hear about our learning labs and the research of our faculty and students
Our Community Psychology and Chemical Dependency programs prepare students for careers in human service in a variety of settings and for further licensing or advanced study.
Our programs offer advanced study in addictions counseling, applied behavior analysis, clinical mental health counseling, college counseling and student development, marriage and family therapy, rehabilitation counseling and school counseling.