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:
- Developed by the student in consultation with their academic advisor
- 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.
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.