Psychology, MS

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Psychology, MS

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Psychology degree is a research-based program focused on career advancement in teaching, consulting or administration. This program can lead to entry into the Ph.D. program. The program culminates in a master's thesis that builds upon the foundation of information learned in the coursework. Graduates demonstrate a conceptual understanding of advanced psychology and contribute intellectually to the field.

Program Objectives

In the Master of Science in Psychology program, students develop an understanding of general psychological principles and theories, including evolutionary psychology, psychopathology, human development, health psychology, and tests and measures. Students learn to appreciate diversity in individuals demonstrated through the application of multicultural methods of research and the understanding of psychological principles. Students will also utilize research methods to interpret and evaluate research data.

If you're looking for an educational program that can open up a variety of career opportunities, consider Keiser University's Master of Science in Psychology program. Contact us today to learn more.