Non-Clinical Degree Requirements

The Master of Arts in Psychology, Individualized Concentration (MPIC) consists of 60 units of study in a personal interest within a field of psychology (such as organizational psychology or health psychology).

An Individual Concentration can be:

  1. Developed by the student in consultation with their academic advisor
  2. An existing MA in Clinical Psychology Specialization (Applied Community Psychology, Child Studies, LGBT-Affirmative Psychology, Spiritual Depth Psychology or Trauma Studies) may be adapted as an Individualized Concentration
  3. Courses from the Master of Arts in Organizational Management program may be included in the development of an Organizational Management-focused Individualized Concentration.

At a minimum, it takes five full time quarters (or the equivalent of half-time quarters) to complete the MA in Psychology (non-clinical) degree.

For more information on the non-clinical (MPIC) graduate degree in psychology, click here to check out the student guide.

Dig Deeper

Additional degree specifications can be found on page 251 of the AULA Catalog.