Master of Arts in Clinical and Community Psychology
Build clinical psychology skills and reach underserved populations in community-based settings
The Master of Arts in Clinical and Community Psychology is a non-thesis, practitioner-oriented graduate program for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology or a closely aligned field and have a commitment to promoting psychological services in clinical and community settings where the field of psychology is new and/or underdeveloped. This program is ideal for students seeking to improve psychologically-underserved environments in the Eastern Caribbean.
Each cohort of students will complete the program sequence in two years, or four semesters, on a standardized schedule of courses. All of the required classes are 3 credit courses, with some courses including hands-on practicum experiences.