Graduate Study

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The Department of Psychology and Sociology offers a Master of Science degree in Family and Community Services—an online program intended to meet the educational needs of professionals who wish to serve children and families in family and social service agencies.

View requirements for the master’s degree in Family and Community Services

Through the joint curriculum program, students working on their master’s degree in Family and Community Services have the option to earn their Master’s in Business Administration simultaneously. Students must apply and be admitted to both programs.

View requirements for Joint Master’s Program.

Our Accelerated Master’s Program allows undergraduate students majoring in psychology or sociology to take up to 9 hours of graduate-level coursework in the Family and Community Services Graduate Program or Graduate Program in Counselor Education. The graduate-level courses count as both elective course credits toward a psychology or sociology bachelor’s degree and a graduate degree in either master’s program.