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Prepare to apply the latest psychological research and theory to real-world problems whether you choose to work in a community agency, in a healthcare setting, or within the educational or social services systems. Walden’s master’s degree in psychology prepares you to pursue exciting new opportunities in the field.
Walden’s MS in Psychology program offers 12 specializations so you can focus your learning on your interests and goals. Gain the knowledge and develop the skills you need to seek career advancement, help others, or prepare for doctoral-level studies. Open to students of all undergraduate backgrounds, this program provides a solid foundation in basic scientific methods and psychological principles. Our redesigned MS in Psychology program now offers enriched content and streamlined coursework—allowing you to complete your degree in as little as 15 months*. Six of the specializations even allow you to accelerate your path to a PhD by applying credits earned from your master’s program.
*Time to completion may vary by student.
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Receive a $1,500 grant if you reside in the US, work for the government, and start this program on September 26, 2016. Contact one of our enrollment advisors to learn more.
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