MA in Psychology and Clinical Psychology
AULA offers two distinct master’s degrees in Psychology: the Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and the nonclinical Master of Arts in Psychology with an Individualized Concentration.
Psychology degree students at Antioch University Los Angeles learn a number of psychotherapy approaches to use in their practice, and get invaluable hands-on training working with clients at over 100 authorized clinical training and field study sites.
Psychology students can also specialize in one or more of the following areas: Child Studies; Applied Community Psychology; LGBT-Affirmative Psychology; Spiritual and Depth Psychology; and Psychological Trauma.
The program emphasizes the role of psychology in empowering people of all backgrounds, cultures, economic standing, sexual orientations, and identities to achieve their full potential.