Master of Science in Applied Psychology


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Course Overview

Applied psychology is generally an interdisciplinary program that incorporates formal education and real-life work experience. Psychologists research and study human behavior, assess and diagnose patients, and develop treatment plans. To work in the field, a bachelor’s degree is usually required for entry level positions. Generally, an employer seeks candidates with master’s and doctoral degrees to provide individuals with specific clinical and counseling needs. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
PSY 801 Applied Cognitive Psychology 5
PSY 802 Research Methods 5
PSY 803 Community Psychology 5
PSY 804 Experimental Psychology 5
PSY 805 Statistical Method 5
PSY 806 Social Psychology 5
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
PSY 811 Clinical and Health Psychology 5
PSY 812 Forensic Psychology 5
PSY 813 Organizational Behavior 5
PSY 814 Psychopathology 5
PSY 815 Psychometry 5
PSY 816 Physiology 5
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
PSY 821 Counseling and Psychotherapeutic Processes 5
PSY 822 Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback 5
PSY 823 Theories of Personality 5
PSY 824 Dynamic and Quantitative 5
PSY 825 Organizational Psychology 5
PSY 826 Educational Psychology 5
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
PSY 831 A dvanced Statistics 4
PSY 832 Psyhodiagnostics 4
PSY 833 Psychotherapy and Counseling 4
PSY 834 Guidance and Counseling 4
PSY 835 Development Psychology 4
ENT 836 Entrepreneurship 5
PSY 837 Master Thesis 5


Career Opportunities

Applied psychology uses the principles of psychology to resolve problems in other fields, such as law
enforcement, business and sports. The careers listed here are just a sample of the variety of options
available to individuals trained in applied psychology.

  • Forensic Psychology Careers
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychology Careers
  • Sports Psychology Careers


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