Our Master's in Psychology
Our 36 credit hour online-blended M.A. in Psychology blends a broad foundation in psychology with in-depth knowledge in a specialized area of psychology. The program can be completed in as little as 11-months of full-time study, or two-years of part-time study.
• Child and Adolescent Psychology
• International Psychology
• Organizational Leadership
• Sport and Exercise Psychology
• General Psychology
Child and Adolescent Psychology
Our child and adolescent psychology concentration equips students with the tools to address child and adolescent related psychological disorders and behavioral issues. Coursework covers crisis intervention, addictive disorders, family systems, interviewing skills and legal aspects of mental health. Students become competent researchers and are imparted with the ability to evaluate and assess the research of others.
Our gerontology concentration equips students with the tools needed to address the mental health concerns of an aging population. Coursework covers the design of leisure and educational services, the psychology of aging, the sociology of aging and how to assess and counsel ageing populations. Students learn how to effectively care for aging populations by understanding their psychological, psychosocial and physical needs.
Our international psychology concentration imparts an understanding of the international dimensions of psychology in an era of globalization. Coursework covers the psychology of cultures, international psychology of gender and the behavior, attitudes and values associated with stereotyping. Students are able to synthesize the science of psychology from a global perspective.
Our organizational leadership concentration examines leadership from the psychological and behavioral perspectives. Coursework covers 21st century leadership modalities, the psychological science of leadership and emotional intelligence. Students are able to be effective leaders, regardless of the organizational setting.
Sports and Exercise Psychology
Our sports and exercise psychology concentration instructs students in the ways to serve the psychological needs of athletes and sports teams. Coursework covers anxiety and energy management, motivation, visualization, theory and method of training and psychological assessment of athletes. Students are able to develop effective exercise regimes and enhance the performance of athletes.
Our general psychology concentration was developed for those seeking to gain broad knowledge in many areas of psychology.
To get started with the online-blended M.A. in Psychology, request more information or call us at 866-907-4209 to speak with one of our admission counselors.
This website describes only our online-blended programs. For info about our on-ground programs, please call us at (866) 907-4209 or visit our main website at The Chicago School.