Master in Applied Psychology in North America

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Applied Psychology

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

In applied psychology studies, students can learn about the practical application of psychological methods for the improvement of the well-being and mental health of people throughout the different developmental phases.

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Master of Science: Applied Psychology

Sacred Heart University
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 8 weeks September 2017 USA Fairfield + 1 more

The Master of Science in Applied Psychology (MSAP) at Sacred Heart University (SHU) will teach you how to apply the science of human behavior to solve practical real-world problems through a unique delivery system of eight-week hybrid courses. [+]

Masters in Applied Psychology in North America 2017. The Master of Science in Applied Psychology (MSAP) at Sacred Heart University (SHU) will teach you how to apply the science of human behavior to solve practical real-world problems through a unique delivery system of eight-week hybrid courses. Evening courses will be offered at our Fairfield campus with online discussion supplementing class meetings. You will complete the entire degree in one calendar year by taking two classes per eight-week session. Program Options: In addition to the required core courses, all students take a four-course sequence in a particular area of specialization. Industrial/organizational psychology Community psychology Students may also begin a 12-credit certificate in one of these two specialty areas that can later be applied to the master’s degree as a concentration. With its strong foundation in research methods and quantitative reasoning and its numerous connections with community agencies, schools and corporations, this program provides excellent preparation for a wide variety of careers in today’s data-driven economy. Students are particularly well-prepared for a variety of leadership positions in government, community, corporate settings and doctoral work. The program is built on a scientist-practitioner model in which students gain a solid foundation in the science of psychology and learn to apply this knowledge and skill set to real-world practical problems. Consistent with the overall mission of the University, consideration of ethical issues, human dignity and social justice are infused throughout the entire program. WHY TAKE THE MSAP PROGRAM? Propel your career in virtually any industry Enjoy a unique delivery system of eight-week hybrid courses Complete your master’s degree in one calendar year Take advantage of a research-driven core curriculum Choose between two career-oriented concentrations: industrial/organizational or community psychology Take concentrations as a stand-alone 12-credit certificate Unique Program Attributes Accelerated Format MSAP courses are offered in a series of eight-week sessions; entering students who begin in the fall can complete their degree in just one calendar year taking courses two nights per week with additional online course discussion. Unique Cohort Model Students will take the required program courses in a lock-step format as part of an academic cohort. Students work together comprehensively and utilize one another for a richer academic experience. Distinguished Faculty SHU faculty members come from a wide range of academic, clinical and corporate backgrounds. Virtually all faculty members teaching in the program are full-time and are considered experts in their fields of study. Our faculty has extensive clinical, consulting and/or organizational setting experience, which is extremely valuable in an applied psychology program. Faculty will treat you not as students, but as future colleagues. Learn more about our faculty and their specializations on our program site. Certificate Programs The concentrations in industrial/organizational psychology and community psychology may also be taken as stand-alone, 12-credit certificate programs. A student may start by taking a certificate, then later decide to apply these courses to the full master’s program. Flexibility Students entering this program do not need a bachelor’s degree in psychology to apply, as long as they have completed the following prerequisites successfully: Four undergraduate psychology courses, (one) from a natural science-related psychology course preferred (e.g., sensation, perception, neuroscience, cognition, behaviorism, etc.). A statistics course (preferably in psychology, but could also be a math or another social science research course). A research methods course (preferably in psychology, but could also be a math or another social science research course) is preferred but not required. Students who do not have the required prerequisite courses are encouraged to contact the Office of Graduate Admissions. Career Outlook According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment in the psychology profession is expected to grow 12 percent through the year 2020 and 26 percent in the industrial/organizational psychology profession. Employment will grow because of increased demand for psychological services in schools, hospitals, social service agencies, mental health centers, substance abuse treatment clinics, consulting firms and private companies. Course Requirements The Master of Science in Applied Psychology is a 38-credit program consisting of 12 total courses (Core, Capstone/Thesis and Concentration courses): Required Core Courses For All Tracks PS 500 Foundations of Applied Psychology — 4 credits PS 520 Developmental Issues Across the Life Span — 3 credits PS 525 Identifying and Managing Psychopathology in Community Settings — 3 credits PS 550 Applied Research Methods and Statistics — 4 credits PS 551 Individual Psychological Assessment and Appraisal — 3 credits PS 552 Program Development and Evaluation — 3 credits PS 595 Capstone Project I (or) PS 600 Thesis I — 3 credits PS 596 Capstone Fieldwork II (or) PS 601 Thesis II — 3 credits Optional PS 590 Comprehensive Exam if you do not wish to do Project II or both Thesis classes — *3 credits Industrial / Organizational Track PS 530 Personnel Psychology — 3 credits PS 531 Organizational Behavior — 3 credits PS 532 Job Analysis, Competency Modeling and Criterion Development — 3 credits PS 533 Employee Training and Development (or) appropriate Business course — 3 credits Community Psychology Track PS 540 Foundations of Community Psychology — 3 credits PS 541 Theories of Counseling and Personality — 3 credits PS 542 Counseling Methods and Techniques — 3 credits PS 543 Community Health Psychology — 3 credits Admission Requirements Admission to the Master of Science in Applied Psychology is competitive. The priority application deadline is March 1 for the September cohort, but applications will continue to be accepted until the class is filled. Prospective students applying for admission to the applied psychology program must submit the following information to the Office of Graduate Admissions: Online graduate application: http://apply.sacredheart.edu Nonrefundable application fee Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended Statement of Professional Goals: Why you wish to pursue the Master of Science in Applied Psychology at Sacred Heart University (500 word maximum) Minimum overall GPA of 3.0 Two letters of recommendation Résumé GRE scores are not required but are recommended as additional evidence of eligibility Financial Assistance Student loans, deferred payment plans and a variety of other programs are available through the Office of Student Financial Assistance. For links to the FAFSA and Graduate Confidential forms please visit the Student Financial Assistance website. [-]

Masters in Psychology

University of Houston
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Houston

The graduate program in Psychology leads to the Master of Arts Degree. All aspects of the degree are guided by the suggested curricula of the American Psychological Association and developed by our faculty for optimum learning in the classroom, laboratory, and applied settings. The program is a vehicle for advanced study of human behavior. [+]

The graduate program in Psychology leads to the Master of Arts Degree. All aspects of the degree are guided by the suggested curricula of the American Psychological Association and developed by our faculty for optimum learning in the classroom, laboratory, and applied settings. The program is a vehicle for advanced study of human behavior. Course work is taken primarily in psychology, but with faculty permission appropriate course work in the behavioral sciences may be allowed. Applicants should have strong undergraduate preparation in the Behavioral Sciences; those without a strong course background in Psychology may be required to take additional undergraduate course work at UHCL. The MA in Psychology requires 36 hours with a thesis or project, or 39 hours with the internship. The internship option can be used by, for example, by students wishing to teach at the community college level, managing human services agencies or research studies, or working in student services. This program does not prepare students to be qualified as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Program Requirements The course requirements can be found in the second half of the Psychology MA catalog entry. Concentrations A master's degree in General Psychology can further prepare students for working in human or government services. This degree will also prepare students for jobs that require technical skills in behavioral research and statistics. Students can also meet requirements to teach psychology to undergraduates. Students have the option to specialize in their graduate degree with concentrations in: Applied Cognitive Psychology (Human Factors) Applied Social Issues Behavioral Neuroscience Admission: Applying to the Program Applicants must complete a university Application for Admission and forward it and all required fees and documents to the university Office of Admissions. Forms and instructions may be requested from the UHCL Office of Admissions as listed below. The university application should be completed as early as possible before the admissions deadline to allow adequate time for the Office of Admissions to process the application and evaluate transcripts. Admission: Requirements Fall 2015 - 3.0 gpa over the last 60 hours and all applicants must submit GRE scores. IF the gpa is less than 3.0, a formula is run: (gpa over the last 60 hours) x 24 + Verbal Score + Quantitative Score >350 Spring 2016 - All applicants must submit GRE scores of at least 280 (total of Verbal Scores and Quantitative Scores) to the university following the standard reporting procedure. A minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (gpa) in the last 60 hours of course work is also required. In order to have adequate time to review applicants' material, the Application for Admission, transcripts for all prior coursework and GRE scores must be received by the Office of Admissions according to the following deadlines: Fall Enrollment - August 1 Spring Enrollment - December 1 Summer Enrollment - May 1 [-]

Master of Science in Psychology

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Campus or Online Full time 2 - 3 years September 2017 USA San Luis Obispo

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is a 90-quarter unit professional degree program that fulfills the educational requirements for the state of California's Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) license. The program's mission is to provide the state of California with highly competent master-level clinicians trained to counsel individuals, couples, families, and groups in a multicultural society. Graduates are often employed by County Mental Health, Social Services, and other inpatient and outpatient community mental health centers. Many graduates also build successful private practices. Fifteen percent of our graduates pursue doctoral studies in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. [+]

Masters in Applied Psychology in North America 2017. About the Program The Master of Science in Psychology at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is a 90-quarter unit professional degree program that fulfills the educational requirements for the state of California's Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) license. The program's mission is to provide the state of California with highly competent master-level clinicians trained to counsel individuals, couples, families, and groups in a multicultural society. Graduates are often employed by County Mental Health, Social Services, and other inpatient and outpatient community mental health centers. Many graduates also build successful private practices. Fifteen percent of our graduates pursue doctoral studies in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Psychology and Child Development Department faculty members coordinate the M.S. Program and regularly teach graduate classes. Some courses are taught by mental health professionals from the community. The M.S. faculty is diverse in terms of professional degrees, clinical training, cultural background, and gender. Graduate classes are small and students receive much individual attention in our on-campus practicum training clinic and community traineeship sites. There are approximately 40 fully matriculated students in Cal Poly's M.S. Psychology Program. Graduate courses are scheduled so that full-time students carrying 12-16 quarter units can secure their degree in two years. Many students take 2 ½-3 years to finish, however, because of the program's extensive clinical training. Student work, family, and other schedules may also make a longer timeline more feasible. Courses are held in the day and evening and are offered only once a year. Prerequisites The MS in Psychology accepts applicants from all disciplines (e.g., English, Biology, Philosophy). Accepted applicants must complete five (5) program prerequisites (3 semester/4 quarter units each) by July 31 prior to entering the program: Research Methods in Psychology, Introductory Statistics, Personality Theory, Abnormal Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. These courses may be taken at Cal Poly as a matriculated undergraduate, through Cal Poly’s Open University or at another fully accredited institution, including on-line. In order to determine if a course you have taken satisfies one of our prerequisites, but has a different title than Cal Poly's, compare the content with the Expanded Prerequisite Course Outlines. Applicants who fail to complete these courses before their first quarter of enrollment will be dropped from the program. Required Courses In order for the University to verify the student has fulfilled California's requirements for MFT licensure, the student must successfully complete 90-quarter units of required courses. Please see The Cal Poly catalog for a description of these courses. [-]

Master Of Study Psychosocial Practices

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus Full time 6 months September 2017 Canada Rimouski Lévis + 1 more

The MA in study of psychosocial practices accompanying social workers to help them renew their practices and interventions in order to deploy more fully the potential and create new knowledge. [+]

The MA in study of psychosocial practices accompanying social workers to help them renew their practices and interventions in order to deploy more fully the potential and create new knowledge. This program is based on reflexive research methodologies, life history, autobiographical, of praxeology and explanation. The teaching is based on specific situations experienced by students in their various practices, instead of relying only, as is traditionally the case, on theoretical content determined in advance. Program Structure The MA in study of psychosocial practices allows for a research project (21 credits memory) structured, rigorous, scientific and professional practice reviews to improve the quality of its operations while contributing to the development of knowledge about psychosocial practices. Teachers are grafted to projects students to assist them in the development of knowledge from their practice. Among the faculty expertise include: group facilitation and change management; autobiographical and self-study approach; reflexive approaches, perceptive and new practices; collective intelligence; intercultural merging of knowledge in action research; Research in the first person; transdisciplinary and spirituality. This program also helps develop the skills required for the pursuit of doctoral studies. Targeted audience This program is for people engaged in psychosocial practice that can come from various specialized training and who may have different titles: consultant; development agent; adviser human resources; mediator; former; teacher; facilitator; accompanist; coordinator; lawyer; special educator; manager; community worker; psychoeducator; psychologist; psychotherapist; psychologist; social worker; coach; coach; relationship officer; Communications Officer; etc. Beyond their specialized initial training, all these people share the fact to work and intervene with a human system (individual, family, group, community or organization) based on specific goals that can vary from practice to the other. This dynamic of intervention for people is the field of study privileged by this program. OBJECTIVES The overall objective of this control is to allow persons involved with a human system: individual, family, group, community or organization to make an approach structured, rigorous thinking, and scientific criticism on professional practice in order to improve the quality of its interventions and by extension of his practice while contributing to the development of knowledge on psychosocial practices. More specifically, this control is to allow the student or the student: analyze and assess the dynamics, rules and rationality of its operations as a practitioner and practitioner while comparing to other existing models in order to take a critical distance from his usual way of looking at its convenient; to develop skills of research and intervention that will make the practice more efficient and encourage the development of greater autonomy in adapting to the many changes; to produce knowledge from its practical intervention and contribute to the development of the field of study: Psychosocial practice. [-]

MSEd Educational Psychology

College of Saint Rose
Campus Full time January 2017 USA Albany

If you aspire to motivate children in your classroom, make instruction more exciting, research instructional methods, or evaluate programs and lessons, a Saint Rose program in Educational Psychology can open these opportunities for you. [+]

Masters in Applied Psychology in North America 2017. If you aspire to motivate children in your classroom, make instruction more exciting, research instructional methods, or evaluate programs and lessons, a Saint Rose program in Educational Psychology can open these opportunities for you. Graduates leave this program with the ability to critique any instructional situation—teaching mathematical concepts in a typical classroom, leading adult workshops for the State Education Department, conducting parenting classes, grant writing, program evaluation, and others—and then develop strategies that will help create the optimal learning environment. Students choose from one of four schemes that lead to the degree: General Scheme: designed for students who seek a broad understanding of educational psychology and its application to diverse contexts Research Scheme: preferred by students—often aiming for their Ph.D. in Educational Psychology— who will be conducting empirical research in their careers School Psychology Scheme: open only to those who have been admitted into the Certificate of Advanced Study in School Psychology What Is Educational Psychology? Educational Psychology is a branch of psychology devoted to understanding the psychological issues associated with learning and motivation. Under this broad umbrella, the educational psychologists focus their research attention on the importance of human development, assessment, culture and technology. They look for the relationship between these issues and ways they may impact the learner. With this understanding, educational psychologists strive to create optimal environments where students can flourish academically, socially and personally. What Does an Educational Psychologist Do? Educational Psychologists work in a variety of settings. Many are classroom teachers who use their master’s degree in educational psychology to obtain their professional teaching certificates. Equally as important, these teachers use the knowledge gained from their educational psychology courses to improve their teaching and their students’ learning. Others may choose to work in the corporations, governmental agencies, testing companies or schools where they analyze data to help organizations make sound decisions, engage in staff training and development and evaluate program effectiveness. Where Are Educational Psychologists Employed? Many educational psychologists find themselves teaching and doing research in college and university settings preparing the next generation of educational professionals. Below are listed some of the settings in which our graduates have worked. Schools Non-Profit Organizations Government Agencies Businesses College Career Centers Health And Human Service Organizations Professional Organizations Community Training Programs Program Overview Educational Psychology is a degree for practitioners. Graduates leave this program with theory and skills that allow them to critique any instructional situation (e.g., teaching mathematical concepts in a typical classroom, leading adult workshops for the State Education Department, conducting parenting classes, grant writing, program evaluation), and then to develop strategies, based on theory, that will help to create the optimal learning environment for the given learners. Students are encouraged to develop their multicultural awareness and technological expertise. Students are challenged to become independent thinkers, to value their roles as professional educators and to become contributing members of the larger community. General Admission Information Eligibility for admission to The College of Saint Rose graduate programs is typically based upon the following minimum requirements: Submission of a completed application and a Statement of Purpose of approximately 300 words detailing the applicant’s goals for graduate study. Evidence of the possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution through submission of official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended Academic and professional qualifications for graduate study, as indicated by two letters of recommendation. A grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), overall and in the undergraduate major. Other admission criteria specified by academic programs such as submission of resumes, writing samples, portfolios, test scores, and participation in interviews or admissions workshops. Demonstration of English proficiency: Send us your TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE scores. The testing requirement is waived for applicants who have previously earned a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the United States. The College of Saint Rose offers English as a Second Language (ESL) studies and offers conditional acceptances to those who meet all other admission requirements. Conditionally accepted students must show English proficiency before enrolling in their coursework. [-]

Master in Industrial-Organization Psychology (M.A./M.S.)

St.Mary's University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA San Antonio

Students may earn either a Master of Arts or Master of Science Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Non-thesis students earn a Master of Arts and thesis students earn a Master of Science degree. [+]

Students may earn either a Master of Arts or Master of Science Degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Non-thesis students earn a Master of Arts and thesis students earn a Master of Science degree. Both programs require the completion of 40 semester hours in order to graduate. All students enter the Psychology Graduate Program under the Master of Arts option. Individuals may transfer to the Master of Science option after 15-18 hours of graduate credit, if recommended by the graduate faculty in Psychology and approved by the graduate Council of the Graduate School. A minimum grade of B- must be earned in all required courses. The programs are designed to develop general competence in Psychology, a behavioral science, and to prepare students for advanced academic studies, research, or industrial careers. [-]

Masters in Industrial & Organizational Psychology

Anna Maria College
Campus Full time 18 months September 2017 USA Worcester

Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology) is the fastest growing career area as reported by the U.S. Department of Labor. Between 2012 and 2022, jobs in this field are expected to grow by 53%. [+]

Masters in Applied Psychology in North America 2017. Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology) is the fastest growing career area as reported by the U.S. Department of Labor. Between 2012 and 2022, jobs in this field are expected to grow by 53%. The starting salary for a master’s level consultant in 2012 was $65,000. The median annual salary was $80,000. What is Industrial Organizational Psychology? Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology is the scientific study of the workplace. Rigor and methods of psychology are applied to issues of critical relevance to business, including talent management, coaching, assessment, selection, training, organizational development, performance, and work-life balance. Program Description The Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology) blends coursework from the fields of counseling psychology and business. The degree offers practical and research-based learning that prepares students to apply the principles of psychology to organizational and leadership challenges. The I/O Psychology program offers flexibility in designing a unique course of study for each graduate student. Learning outcomes In this practitioner-oriented program students of I/O Psychology will have a variety of learning opportunities. Graduates of the program can expect to learn how to: Use research and measurement skills to solve practical workplace issues Apply the principles of psychology to human resource and leadership challenges Address complex issues brought forth by the current multi-generational workforce Design, implement and analyze the effectiveness of workplace programs Research and improve the quality of work environments Become skilled in conflict management Incorporate legal and ethical considerations into workplace policy and practices Degree Requirements The Master’s in I/O Psychology consists of 36 credits; 12 courses including a capstone field or research project. At a pace of 3 courses per semester, degree requirements may be completed in as little as 18 months. On-ground Business courses are held at an accelerated pace of 8 weeks while Psychology courses are held in a traditional format of 16 weeks. A sampling of recent local and national job opportunities are as follows: Associate Director of Organizational Development – PARALEXEL International, Billerica, MA Organizational Development Consultant – Bose Corporation, Framingham, MA Mid-Market Organizational Consultant – Insperity, Waltham, MA Director of Learning and Development – Employers Association of the North East, Agawam, MA Senior Analyst, People Analytics and Engagement – Jet Blue, Long Island, NY Talent Management Manager – Allstate Insurance, IL Marketing Academy Program Manager, Dell Corporation, TX People Programs Specialist, Hiring Innovation – Google, Mountain View, CA [-]

Masters in Counseling and Psychology

Anna Maria College
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2017 USA Worcester

This program offers a diverse array of courses intended to prepare the student to function in a variety of mental health agencies. It is not intended for individuals whose career focus is educational counseling in school settings, nor does this program lead to licensure. [+]

This program offers a diverse array of courses intended to prepare the student to function in a variety of mental health agencies. It is not intended for individuals whose career focus is educational counseling in school settings, nor does this program lead to licensure. Twelve courses of three (3) semester hours each are required for the degree. This includes courses in nine (9) required areas, three (3) elective courses from either education or psychology. A requirement will be waived only if the candidate has completed equivalent course work in that area. A written comprehensive examination is required at the completion of the program. Degree Requirements 12-course (36 credits) The 3-credit practicum, which is required, is part of the 12-course sequence. An overall grade-point average of 3.0 (B), with a minimum grade of 3.0 (B) in the practicum. If the student receives a grade of less than 3.0 (B) in the practicum, no graduate credit will be given, and the course must be repeated. The course may be repeated only once. Successful completion of written comprehensive examination. Comprehensive examinations are given in December, April, and July. [-]

Art Therapy & Counseling Master's Program

Eastern Virginia Medical School
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 USA Norfolk

The EVMS Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program is a rigorous academic program based in growth oriented and reflective classroom, studio, community and clinical experiences. [+]

Masters in Applied Psychology in North America 2017. The EVMS Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program is a rigorous academic program based in growth oriented and reflective classroom, studio, community and clinical experiences. EVMS' program is unique in that it is part of a thriving medical and health professions campus, offering students opportunities for interpersonal collaboration that builds skills needed to be part of a multifaceted team of providers. We have been preparing world class art therapists who are culturally responsive, community-involved, ethical professionals with successful careers for over 40 years. Goals and Objectives Provide an innovative rigorous art therapy education which includes requisite education as needed for counseling licensure. Emphasize the understanding of various individual, group, and family theoretical approaches. Encourage students to develop an innovative, professional, ethical, and culturally responsive approach to art therapy. Promote clinical competence in assessment and treatment. Challenge students to speak and write professionally about art therapy. Develop competency in planning, conducting, and evaluating art therapy research. Enhance student self-awareness through personal art making and self-reflection. Foster skills in the therapeutic use of a broad range of art processes and materials. Accomplishment of our goals will serve the: Student, by fostering personal and professional discovery and development with the skills to become life-long learners. Client/patient, through student preparation to provide competent client/patient-centered primary and specialty care. Institution, by contributing to a seamless learning environment which fosters the development of competent and compassionate mental healthcare professionals. Community, by graduating professionals who understand the importance of community service, forging community alliances, and having an understanding of culturally appropriate care. World, by graduating culturally competent professionals who practice across the globe and contribute to research and social action. Art Therapy & Counseling Program Curriculum ‌Our faculty members are talented educators and dedicated scholars who have been elected to state and national leadership positions in the Virginia Art Therapy Association (VATA) and the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) respectively. They apply a theoretically grounded pedagogy that engages students with both the pragmatic elements of practicing art therapy and the ongoing research that leads to improved care. The pedagogical approach for the core faculty of our program is based on the principals of constructivism in which students actively engage in learning through collaborative and experiential experiences. Our faculty members encourage students to co-create knowledge through reflection on learning and integration of experiences, and applying learning to internships and clinical work. Students learn various theories and are then encouraged to develop their own theoretical approach to the practice of art therapy. The completion of a master's Capstone Project allows students to apply knowledge in the continuum of practice in art therapy, specality areas of focus, and research. While the core curriculum has a mental health focus, other non-clinical areas of emphasis are offered such as Art Therapy in the Schools and Medical Art Therapy. Personal art making is required across the curriculum in a variety of assignments, including visual journaling. ‌Fully-stocked, 2,000 square foot art-making studio is conveniently located on campus to students around the clock. Internships provide students with three semesters (child, adolescent and adult) of hands-on experience in a variety of settings throughout Hampton Roads.‌ Admissions Requirements Both personal characteristics and academic qualifications of applicants are evaluated to insure that students are capable of developing professional competence as art therapists. Our‌ Admissions Guide booklet details these requirements for application to the Graduate Art Therapy and Counseling Program. This guide contains specific information about the admissions requirements, process and timeline for the program. This brief checklist outlines the major components necessary to complete your application and be considered for a potential interview. QUALIFYING GPA (3.00 or better) BACHELOR'S DEGREE* completed (no later than July 1st) All PREREQUISITE COURSEWORK* satisfactorily completed (no later than July 1st) Cost of Attendance w/o Loan Fees In State ATC1 ATC2: $50,922 $50,032 Out of State ATC1 ATC2: $54,804 $53,914 [-]