The Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology prepares students to become licensed Clinical Psychologists, by providing them with the best empirical, scientific and clinical methods of psychology, and Christian understanding of person, marriage and family.
The M.S. in Psychology degree program prepares students to acquire the knowledge and experience necessary to advance in or pursue a career in psychology, as well as the helping professions, to be effective transformational leaders in their workplace, at home or within their ministry.
The M.S. in Counseling degree program prepares students for a role as a licensed professional counselor who works to promote health and emotional/relational well-being with a diverse population, as well as diagnosing and treating a wide range of psychological issues by emphasizing the integration of a Catholic-Christian worldview with the science, profession, and practice of counseling.