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Psychology Graduate Program Competencies      

The MAP program is designed to prepare the student to:

  • Articulate the role of human behavior, particularly at the individual, familial, organizational, and societal levels;

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the biological and conceptual languages of the brain and their potential permutations and combinations, and the ablity to apply this knowledge to the creation of new frameworks of thought;

  • Articulate the connection between scientific inquiry and the creative and artistic dimensions in the field of psychology;

  • Engage in legal and ethical analysis of professional problems based on the Code of Professional Ethics outlined by the American Psychological Association;

  • Model and implement effective oral, written and technological communication strategies in conveying ideas, information, and asking questions; and

  • Demonstrate the skills techniques required for assessment, evaluation and diagnostic process.

Masters of Arts in Psychology Program

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Contact InformationProgram Director: Joseph Kovach

Room: 528
Telephone: (219) 473-4261
FAX: (219) 473-4610