Child Life, M.S.
Child life specialists are allied health care professionals who support children and their families facing challenging experiences, particularly traumatic medical situations. Azusa Pacific University’s Master of Science in Child Life program—slated to begin in fall 2017—prepares men and women for this special role.
Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)
This practitioner-scholar program combines science and practice, preparing individuals to practice as psychologists. The Psy.D. program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and meets California licensure requirements.
Clinical Psychology: Marriage and Family Therapy, M.A. (MFT)
Theory and hands-on practice prepares counselors to work with individuals, couples, and families by integrating ethics and psychotherapy. The program meets California licensure requirements.
Organizational Psychology, M.S.
The M.S. in Organizational Psychology prepares students to diagnose and improve organizational health and to build and develop successful teams. This Christ-centered program prepares graduates to champion and endorse people, care, and wellness within organizations.
Students in either the B.A. in Psychology or B.S. in Psychology attain a greater understanding of human behavior, acquiring skills applicable to a variety of professional areas or graduate and doctoral studies.
Psychology, B.A. (bachelor's completion)
Azusa Pacific’s bachelor’s completion program in psychology is designed for transfer students who have at least 30 units and are interested in completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
Research Psychology and Data Analysis, M.S.
The Master of Science in Research Psychology and Data Analysis program prepares students with the advanced skills and experiences to be competitive for doctoral programs and pursue careers in psychological research. Work one-on-one with faculty research advisors in a number of psychology-related areas, including substance abuse, social, clinical, cognitive, and more.