The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology offers two online psychology master’s programs that prepare you to advance your career in the human services or a related field.
Prepare to serve individuals, couples, and families, and pursue licensure as an LMFT (licensed marriage and family therapist) or an LPCC (licensed professional clinical counselor).
Gain a thorough understanding of human behavior and psychological principles so you can enter the human services field, advance in a related field, or pursue doctoral study in psychology.
This program explores applied behavior analysis (ABA) and is designed for individuals who want to work as a behavior analyst helping clients with autism and other developmental disabilities develop the adaptive skills they need for optimal functioning. Graduates will be prepared to pursue certification as a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA).
No GRE scores are required for admission.
Choose from four cohort start dates per year.
Learn from Pepperdine faculty with diverse expertise.