Alcohol and Drug Counseling Minor (Bachelor’s Completion)
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.
Educational Counseling, M.A.Ed., and embedded School Counseling Credential
Prepares school counselors to communicate with and guide students of all cultures, socioeconomic levels, and learning abilities. Requirements for the Pupil Personnel Services Credential are embedded within the program.
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Azusa Pacific’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program equips social work professionals for careers dedicated to improving the lives of others in a variety of settings, including advanced-level practitioners, clinicians, supervisors, and managers, as well as leadership roles in community and program development. A combination of rigorous coursework and internship opportunities provide the tools you’ll need to help others thrive. Full-time, part-time, and Advanced Standing options are available.
This program offers the following areas of study: Clinical Practice with Individuals and Families and Community Leadership and Program Administration.Azusa (main campus) and Inland Empire only
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) Certificate
The PMHNP certificate prepares nurses to work with patients experiencing severe mental illness to determine biopsychosocial health care needs within a complex and changing environment.Azusa (main campus) and Inland Empire only
Psychology Minor (Bachelor’s Completion)
This minor can be taken only in conjunction with one of APU’s bachelor’s completion programs.
Psychology, B.A. (Bachelor’s Completion)
Azusa Pacific’s bachelor’s completion program in psychology is designed for transfer students who have at least 15 units and are interested in completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
School Psychology, Ed.S., with embedded Educational Psychology, M.A.Ed., and School Psychology Credential
Prepares school psychologists to evaluate and treat students of all cultures, socioeconomic levels, and learning abilities. In addition to the Ed.S. degree, requirements for the master’s degree and the Pupil Personnel Services Credential are embedded within the program. Additional degree pathways are available to add an ABA or EHRMS specialization.
This program offers the following areas of study: Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Clinical and Educationally Related Mental Health Counseling.