MA in Psychology (Non-clinical)
In the Master of Arts in Psychology Individualized Concentration (MAPIC) track, students explore their personal and professional interests within the field of psychology. The program prepares students for doctoral studies or for specialized teaching, consulting, and writing in the student’s area of interest. The program also provides clinical degrees for individualized purposes outside the state of California, and offers a personalized, flexible course of study that encourages creativity and innovation in the area of psychology and society.
MAPIC students work with a faculty advisor to design an individualized program within the field of psychology that reflects an area of interest and specialization. For example, students have recently designed degree programs in such areas as career counseling, death and dying, parenting education, creative arts therapies, and transpersonal psychology. Please note: The MAPIC track is not designed to meet Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) licensure requirements in California.
Learn more about the MA in Psychology Individualized Concentration program here.
Learn more about the specific applications requirements for this program here.