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Community Psychology - MA

Program Overview

Learn community psychology skills in an international setting while acquiring a degree from an institution with US accreditation.

  • Apply your thesis to solving social problems and make use of internship and practicum opportunities, working with NGOs, community-based organizations, government offices, and international agencies
  • Be challenged to gain new experiences, with support and encouragement from caring faculty members and motivated peers
  • Work to create a central role for community psychology, particularly during challenging times
  • Learn how to develop sustainable solutions that promote well being across communities
Community Psychology Graduate Program

Degrees and Admission Requirements

New students are enrolled annually for the fall semester, which begins in early September. In general, admission decisions are based on a candidate’s personal statement, previous academic record, experience in community-based settings, and letters of recommendation.


Funding opportunities are particularly relevant to students interested in the MA in Community Psychology