Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Map 4170 City Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19131»(215) 871-6770 »http://www.pcom.eduPhiladelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine's School of Psychology offers a Master of Science (MS) program taught by well-known and respected leaders of the Psychology field. The program includes a strong substructure in the subject of applied behavior analysis and is designed to attract bright, competent, professional students who possess the integrity and character necessary to provide children with educational, mental health, and behavioral services. This degree is structured to require 33 credits over the level of a basic bachelor's degree over a fourteen month period; it is a full-time program with the convenience of flexibility in some areas for students who are also working. A period of practicum is utilized to give students the required fieldwork necessary to complete the Master's degree and continue toward certification or career in the Psychology world.
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- Tuition for full time students (In State): Approximately $ 24,720.00/year
- Graduate Out of State Tuition: Approximately $ 24,720.00/year
- Average Books/Supplies Cost: $ 0.00
- Off Campus Room Board Average Cost: $ 0.00
Psychology Degrees Offered:
- Master of Science in School Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis
- Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology
- Masters of Arts in General Psychology
- Masters of Arts in School Psychology
- PhD in Clinical Psychology
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Category:Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has programs in the following specializations: Applied Psychology, Clinical Psychology, General Psychology, School Psychology
LocationPhiladelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine has campus locations in: Pennsylvania
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