Why Earn an Online Master of Arts in Community Psychology?
Point Park University offers an online master’s program that helps you connect to communities. Our human-focused master’s degree program in community psychology helps you develop the skills and knowledge needed to focus on the specific needs of individuals and families who are ready to improve their lives.
Point Park’s program stands out from other similar master’s programs because our theoretical approach based on existential-humanistic, feminist, critical, and liberation social psychologies is so unique. The program seeks to graduate psychology students who connect with our holistic approach to better understanding behavior and will take their new knowledge into the community to enhance the well-being of individuals and groups through research, community assistance and clinical practices.
As you earn a Master of Arts in Community Psychology online with Point Park University, you’ll benefit from a curriculum that provides a broad array of psychology courses and topics that will deepen your foundational psychology knowledge while exploring the topics to meet the outcomes relevant to many of today’s community mental health outreach programs and community-focused nonprofit organizations. You’ll experience topics such as Community Psychology, Childhood & Society, Critical Race Studies, LGBTQ Studies and more.
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|Next Start Date: ||Fall 2021 |
|Est. Program Length: ||5 semesters |
|Credit Hours: ||36 |
|Course Length: ||8 Weeks |
|Cost Per Credit: ||$710 |
|Transfer Credits Accepted: ||Up to 9 |
Next Start Date: Fall 2021
Est. Program Length: 5 Semesters
Transfer Credits Accepted: Up to 6