Connecticut Psychology Master's + PhD & Doctorate

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1615 Stanley St, New Britain, CT 6050
Central Connecticut State University offers a Master of Arts program created to give students an advantage in human services professions as well as advancement in further academic studies. The master's program at CCSU combines an education in research and critical evaluation methodology with the necessary techniques and skills in writing, publishing and presenting academic journals for peer and faculty review at professional conferences. The skills gained through this program are expected to arm graduates with an advanced understanding of theoretical and practical applications in the area of psychology. Admission to the program is based on a Bachelor degree from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.75 with an additional GPA of 3.00 in all psychology related courses. [full profile]
Master of Arts in PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Science in Counseling PsychologyMaster'sCampus
5151 Park Ave, Fairfield, CT 06825-1000
At Sacred Heart University, you can study towards a Master Applied Psychology. This is an online program, which works towards helping you achieve full competency in terms of understanding people and human behavior. This training can be used in a huge range of different careers and industry. The focus is strongly on cutting-edge theory, and how you can apply this to business situations as they happen. The curriculum has been designed by a team of licensed psychologists, and they will teach you how to motivate and empower people as individuals, and companies as a whole. As such, the study is very focused on corporate and business affairs. [full profile]
Master of Science in Applied PsychologyMaster'sOnline
Master of Arts in PsychologyMaster'sCampus
501 Crescent Street, New Haven, CT 06515-1355
At Southern Connecticut State University, you can follow one of three major undergraduate psychology courses. Upon completion, you will hold either a degree in psychology with mental health specialization, regular psychology or psychology with a research specialization. The university offers a range of accredited specialization options, including data gathering and field practicum courses. They are all designed to ensure those who wish to complete an M.A., a Ph.D. or a Psy.D, program meet all the necessary entrance requirements. The university does not have a focus on a particular applied area of psychology, making it a perfect choice for those who aren't sure about their final career yet. [full profile]
Master of Science Degree in School PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Education in Counseling (School Counseling)Master'sCampus
Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (LPC)Master'sCampus
Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (LMFT)Master'sCampus
352 Mansfield Road, Storrs, CT 6269
At the University of Connecticut, you can take part in a number of psychology Ph.D. programs. These are clinical psychology, behavioral neuroscience, ecological psychology, developmental psychology, language and cognition, industrial/organizational psychology, social psychology and (interdepartmental) neurosciences. The university ensures that plenty of opportunities are provided to you in terms of gaining pre-professional experience in the relevant fields, including teaching and research. UCONN also offers a range of offsite and onsite benefits, including health benefits to students. As such, they really ensure there is an incentive to complete your program and to push yourself to your academic and intellectual limits. [full profile]
PhD in Psychology with concentrations in Behavioral Neuroscience - Clinical Psychology - Developmental Psychology - Ecological Psychology - Industrial / Organizational Psychology - Language and Cognition - Neurosciences (Interdepartmental) - Social PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus
Master's in Clinical PsychologyMaster'sCampus
200 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117-1599
Masters of Arts in Clinical PsychologyMaster'sCampus
Master of Science in Organization PsychologyMaster'sCampus/Online
PsyD in Clinical PsychologyPhD/DoctorateCampus

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