Campus Community Psychology Masters Virginia Graduate Programs
Community psychology master's degree programs help students understand the relationship between individuals, their communities, and society. Students in a master's in community psychology programs typically try to use this understanding as a way to search for solutions that will enhance the quality of life for individuals in communities.
- Some of the nation's most affordable tuition rates, from a private, nonprofit, NEASC accredited university
- Qualified students with 2.5 GPA and up may receive up to $20K in grants & scholarships
- Multiple term start dates throughout the year. 24/7 online classroom access
- Harrisonburg, VAHarrisonburg, VA
James Madison University
The Educational Specialist degree program in community counseling includes the common core courses for the Master of Arts in psychology, other courses...
- Norfolk, VANorfolk, VA
Norfolk State University
The Graduate Program in Community/Clinical Psychology is designed to meet several institutional, student, andprofessional needs in acquiring competencies for the Master's level Community/Clinical Psychologist. The majorgoal is to train students to funct...