Why do people do what they do? Trained psychologists study behavior and, from your own experience and background, you know behavior is complicated. Maybe it’s time to take your understanding, and your career, to the next level with a graduate degree in psychology from Montclair State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
In every advanced program we offer, we use biological, cognitive, developmental, social and personality perspectives to study why we do what we do. It’s the kind of training that will help you build on your previous experiences in the field, and prepare you for even more career opportunities in clinical, forensic, corporate, research and educational settings.
PhD in Clinical Psychology
With coursework in cognitive psychology, multicultural psychology and behavioral science, Montclair State University’s Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology offers a targeted and in-depth examination of the foundational insights and practical clinical techniques you need to advance your psychology career.Read More
MA in Clinical Psychology
MA in Clinical Psychology, Clinical Forensic Psychology Concentration:
The concentration for this graduate degree program offers 36 credit hours of advanced coursework in clinical forensic psychology to help prepare you for professional practice.
MA in Clinical Psychology, Child/Adolescent Clinical Psychology Concentration:
This graduate degree program with a concentration in child/adolescent clinical psychology offers 36 credit hours of advanced psychological coursework to help prepare you for professional practice.Read More
MA in Psychology
This master’s program is designed as an intermediate degree, providing advanced studies in many psychological fields, such as developmental, experimental, learning, personality and counseling, school and social psychology, to prepare you for further study, including your doctorate.Read More
Family/Civil Forensic Psychology Certification
This 15-credit certificate program is designed to augment your psychological skills with coursework in forensic psychology, theories of interpersonal and familial violence and child and family forensic assessment.
MA in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The master’s in industrial and organizational psychology require instruction in research methods and psychology, quantitative and statistical methods and psychological testing.Read More
Criminal Forensic Psychology Certificate
The certificate program in Forensic Psychology is designed for graduate students, licensed or board eligible psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, professional counselors, psychiatric nurses and other health professionals.Read More
School Psychologist, Educational Services Certification
Advance your career with a program that adheres to both the standards set forth by National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and Division 16 School Psychology of the American Psychological Association.Read More