Concentration in Community-Clinical Services

The community-clinical services concentration prepares students for careers in clinical, mental health, and related human service settings. Direct work with individuals and groups is stressed, as are consultation, social problem analysis, and prevention techniques and strategies.

P 625

Life Span Developmental Psychology

P 628

The Interview

P 629

Introduction to Psychotherapy and Counseling

P 632

Group Counseling

P 633

Family Therapy

P 636

Abnormal Psychology


Total credits: 12 (Select 4 of 6 courses) 


Concentration in Program Development

The program development concentration prepares students for careers that emphasize the administration of both traditional and non-traditional programs and services. The concentration addresses the planning, development, and evaluation of innovative approaches to treatment and prevention at community, organizational, and social-systems levels in the public and private human service sectors as well as in business and industry.

P 619 

Organizational Behavior

P 628 

The Interview

PA 602

Public Policy Formulation and Implementation

PA 604

Communities and Social Change


Total Credits: 12


Concentration in Forensic Psychology

The forensic psychology concentration, offered jointly by the Psychology and Criminal Justice Departments, prepares students for careers in the management and care of offenders in forensic settings. In addition, it is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of professionals currently working in law enforcement, the courts, and various community-based treatment and prevention programs.

CJ 623

Mental Health Law

P 656

Abnormal Psychology in Forensic Populations

P 657

Forensic Assessment and Outcome Evaluation

P 658

Forensic Treatment Models


Total credits: 12