With your bachelor's degree in psychology, you can work in fields such as social work, personnel work, advertising, medicine, law, and theology and have the background necessary to apply for graduate work in psychology.
BA in Psychology
BA in Psychology/Honors Track
Minor in Psychology
Minor in Child and Adult Advocacy Studies
Minor in Psychology for Nursing Students
Certificate in Child and Adult Advocacy Studies
IUP offers a doctor of psychology degree in clinical psychology (PsyD) that places emphasis on professional applications of psychology and is accredited by the Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation of the American Psychological Association. Full disclosure data is available.
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
The CAP provides advanced professional training to doctoral students and psychological services to the community.
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