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Master of Science in Psychology JFK School of Psychology & Social Sciences


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JFK School of Psychology & Social Sciences Continue Your Education – Increase Your Impact

The field of psychology includes a surprising variety of career paths, encompassing everything from working in criminal justice and education to health and wellness. While these roles may be quite diverse, they all require a deep understanding of psychological principles and focus on how to help others overcome the obstacles they face.

Our psychology programs are designed to expand your knowledge, sharpen your critical thinking skills and teach you how to evaluate problems and find solutions. They cover all key professional competencies and provide you with the critical communication skills you need to be successful. You’ll also have the opportunity to develop valuable research skills.

At NU, you can tailor your education to help you meet your goals and interest with a diverse selection of degrees and specializations in areas such as industrial and organizational psychology, health psychology, forensic psychology, and child and adolescent developmental psychology and more.

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  • Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

  • Master of Arts in Psychology
  • Master of Science in Child and Adolescent Developmental Psychology
  • Master of Science in Educational Psychology
  • Master of Science in Forensic Psychology
  • Master of Science in Health Psychology
  • Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • Master of Science in Sport Psychology

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

  • Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Psychology
  • Post-Master’s Certificate in Psychology

I chose the university because of the university’s reputation and research orientation.

Dr. Kelly L. Bushéy

PhD in Psychology - General Psychology 2018

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We save students time and tuition with millions in scholarships, free e-books to military students, flexible payment options, general transfer credits, and more.


We support students every step of the way in their educational journey, providing academic resources to help them excel in their studies. This includes help with study skills, time management, and free tutoring.

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We provide students with social and emotional resources and support to foster mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. Student case managers help students with resources for things like housing and food insecurity to mental health.

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We understand the challenges faced by students who are working parents and offer support through flexible courses to help them balance family, work, and school, as well as student clubs and a virtual veterans center.


We offer degrees aligned with real-world careers and guidance designed to support students’ career goals — from career counseling to resume and cover letter review to interview preparation.

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