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Master of Science in Psychology

Walden University’s online MS in Psychology program is designed to help students create solutions to real-world problems that can have a lasting impact on their community. The curriculum allows students to choose a program completion track that aligns with their professional goals: Track I is designed for individuals who want to develop the skills needed to pursue career opportunities across a variety of settings with their Master’s degree. Track II is designed for those who want to continue their education on the path to a doctoral degree.

In addition, students in the program can:

- Think critically and independently about theory and research.
- Conduct basic or applied research.
- Apply psychological concepts to a variety of settings.

Specializations:

- General Psychology
- Applied Psychology
- Educational Psychology
- Health Psychology
- Social Psychology

Note on Licensure:

The MS in Psychology is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional.

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