Master of Arts in Psychology - Health Psychology
The Health Psychology specialization will familiarize you with the latest theory, research and practice in the field, and prepare you to lead and influence change in health in today’s diverse communities. As a health psychology student, you will explore the important interaction between the body and the mind, and how you can intervene to bring about positive change. You will study factors that influence health and illness, such as stress and nutrition, explore complementary and alternative medical approaches, and address important issues such as eating disorders and medical compliance. You will also be challenged to develop your own solutions to today’s psycho-social health problems.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about our students, it’s that they are motivated and ambitious—but they are also busy! At Northcentral University, we’ve designed our education experience to work with you, not against you, so you can achieve your academic goals without sacrificing the quality, flexibility and support you need to be successful.
• Regionally Accredited
• No Physical Residency Requirements
• One-to-One Teaching
• 100% Doctoral Faculty
• Flexibility of Online Learning
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Last updated July 2, 2015