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Andrews University provides Psychology programs through various undergraduate and graduate programs including a Master's and Ph.D. option in Educational Psychology, a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, as well as an EdS in School Psychology. The MA in Educational Psychology is a 33 credit program which focuses on general, developmental, and instructional psychology, and provides a firm foundation in research methodology required for all careers and future study in the field. AU's doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology requires 95 or more credits and a dissertation, which are to be completed over a combination of 5 years, the credits being earned within the first 4.

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Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master'sCampus
Masters of Arts in School Counseling Master'sCampus
Masters of Arts in Educational & Developmental Psychology Master'sCampus
EdS School Psychology Master'sCampus
PhD in Counseling Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Educational Psychology - General Emphasis PhD/DoctorateCampus
PhD in Educational Psychology - School Psychology Emphasis PhD/DoctorateCampus
202 Welch Hall, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
The study of Psychology at Eastern Michigan University is a discipline created through the union of theory and clinical study and provides guidance in human behavior including needs, desires, and potential. EMU's Master's program allows students to choose between degrees in general or clinical psychology, as well as clinical behavioral psychology. A Doctoral program in clinical psychology also exists to encourage Master's graduates to continue their education through further academics. Human relationships, both personal and with other human beings is a strong field of study and students are encouraged to explore self-development as well as the interactions and expressions of those around them. [full profile]
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MasterÕs in Psychology Master'sCampus
MasterÕs in General Psychology Master'sCampus
MasterÕs in Clinical Psychology Master'sCampus
MasterÕs in Clinical Behavioral Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Arts in School Psychology Master'sCampus
Ph.D. in clinical psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
Postdoctoral Masters of Science Program in Clinical Psychopharmacology PhD/DoctorateCampus
Psy.D. Program in School Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
1 Campus Dr, Allendale, MI 49401-9403
The Grand Valley State University currently offers a School Psychology graduate program. This degree leads to an MS in Psychology and a Psychology Specialist Degree. The course is delivered through three main pathways, being research, practicum and traditional course work. This is delivered in order to make sure you are able to assess, prevent and intervene in mental health problems on both an academic and social level. Additionally, when you have completed the degree, you can apply for a school psychology license. The focus is strongly placed on practices that are evidence based, which means a lot of emphasis is placed on research. [full profile]
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Masterof Science Psychology Master'sCampus
1401 Presque Isle Avenue, Marquette, MI 49855
Northern Michigan University offers a General Psychology Master's Degree that provides graduates with the basic fundamentals necessary to succeed in a Psychology related career, as well as a strong foundation for students seeking to further their academics by enrolling in a doctoral program. NMU gives students the tools and information needed to create a unique and effective research method that expands across a multitude of subjects in the world of psychology. Students are expected to choose a thesis subject in social, cognitive, or developmental psychology, or may select a topic in behavioral analysis, neuroscience, cognitive science or a history of psychology. Faculty advisers with expertise in the chosen subject of psychology will work closely with graduate students to complete this project to the approval of the student's thesis committee. [full profile]
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Masters in General Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology/Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Master'sCampus
Master of Science in Clinical Master'sCampus
Psychology/MFT/LPCC Master'sCampus
2200 North Squirrel Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48309-4401
Oakland University's master's program encourages their students to become involved in faculty lead research teams to develop a better understanding of their chosen field and the practical side of the careers they may be facing upon graduation. This is a non-requirement of the course, and aids in the ability to identify the faculty members of the Masters Committee, which will approve or reject a student's final thesis or science project which is required to complete this program. The project must result in a review of literature, a publication submitted to journal of professional standards or a grant proposal. In order to be awarded with a degree of master of science in psychology, students must complete 36 credits to the satisfactory of the committee. [full profile]
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Masters in Social-Personality Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Arts Counseling Psychology Program with an Emphasis in Depth Psychology Master'sCampus
4901 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI 48128-1491
There are two different specializations to choose from at the University of Michigan Dearborn Behavioral Sciences Department, these are Clinical Health Psychology and Health Psychology. Graduates from either of these programs will be awarded a Master of Science Degree which will enable them to go on to study at a Doctoral level or to enter employment in the Psychology field. The Clinical Health Psychology track requires 48 credits and takes around 2 years to complete, graduates will be trained to work in the mental health field. The Health Psychology track is a 39 credit program, also taking 2 years to complete and is more generalized. [full profile]
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Masters in School Counseling Master'sCampus
Masters in Career Psychology Master'sCampus
Masters in Sports Psychology Master'sCampus
Masters in Counseling Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Arts in General Psychology Master'sCampus
PhD in Counseling Psychology with a subspecialty in Sports Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
656 West Kirby Street, Detroit, MI 48202
Wayne State University has a Department of Psychology which offers a wide range of programs for undergraduates which are specifically designed with the aim of getting students ready for further study in the field of Psychology, or it can also assist them with gaining entry into other schools in related fields such as medical, business and law. The faculty are passionate about teaching and also conduct several active research projects which undergraduates are invited to take part in. Programs are offered in most of the modern psychology fields including Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical, Cognitive, Development and Social and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. [full profile]
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Ph.D. Clinical Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology PhD/DoctorateCampus
1903 West Michigan Avenue, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5200
Western Michigan University currently offers a number of different graduate programs in psychology. These include the Master of Arts in either behavior analysis or industrial/organizational psychology and the doctor of philosophy in behavior analysis or clinical psychology. The university has a strong international reputation for their implementation of the science of behavior. Their courses include both academic theoretical knowledge and practicum experience. The university is committed to ensuring students have the best possible experience during their learning career and it fully supports them in their efforts. Additionally, they also offer a number of part time learning opportunities for those already in employment. [full profile]
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Master of Arts Behavior Analysis Master'sCampus
Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology Master'sCampus
Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology Master'sOnline
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PhD in General-Experimental Psychology PhD/DoctorateOnline

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