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Choose from four cohorts start dates per year.
Learn from Pepperdine faculty with diverse clinical experience.
The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology offers three online psychology master's programs that provide you with the practical skills and clinical experience you need to advance your career while serving the greater good.
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).
This program is designed for students who want to gain a thorough understanding of human behavior and psychological principles. You will be prepared to take the next step in your career, whether you want to enter the human services field, advance in a related field, or pursue doctoral study in psychology.
This program prepares you to become a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in various states. Through online course work and local clinical experiences, you will be empowered for work helping people lead happier, healthier lives.
* Graduates of the program are eligible to first pursue licensure as associate marriage and family therapists (AMFTs) or associate professional clinical counselors (APCCs) before they can seek licensure as an LMFT or LPCC.