The Master of Science in Psychology at Divine Mercy University is a unique 33-credit hour, 100% online program that allows students to explore the richness of understanding behaviors, emotions, and thoughts through the study of psychology to aid self and others in flourishing. Students learn to integrate a Catholic-Christian vision of the person with best practices in psychological theory, research, and intervention. It provides competency in the study of modern scientific psychology that helps you understand the human mind and behaviors for the application of service delivery. This program offers concentrations in:
The program is made up of six online classes which include two four-day onsite residences, and practicum. The online classes are offered three times a year, in eight-week segments. The pillars of the program include: integration of theological and human sciences as they relate to spiritual development; learning the art and skills of human interactions; and the fruitful experience of supervision.
The Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology is an APA Accredited* program that prepares students to become licensed Clinical Psychologists by providing them with the best empirical, scientific and clinical methods of psychology with a Catholic-Christian understanding of person, marriage and family.
Our Psy.D. graduates are working in a variety of settings and positions:
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.
Divine Mercy University offers many tuition reduction options available to you, to start your journey in a rewarding career today to help heal people in your community.
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Are you part of a parish or diocese? Ask about our MOU programs for additional savings!
In 1999, a group of psychologists and academicians saw the immense need for an institution of higher education that incorporates the Catholic-Christian vision of the human person with the science of psychology. We believe in the dignity of the human person and a calling to alleviate suffering. The Institute for the Psychological Sciences (IPS) at Divine Mercy University offers doctoral and master’s graduate degree programs rooted in the integration of academic psychology with theological and philosophical teaching.
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