Connecticut Masters in Psychology Programs and Resources

The Connecticut colleges categorized below by affordability offer terminal and non-terminal graduate psychology degree programs. There are 24 programs offered by 9 universities. The areas of study for these degree programs include psychology, clinical psychology, community psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, applied behavior analysis, applied psychology, six year certificates (SYC) in school psychology, school psychology, behavioral sciences, developmental psychology, ecological psychology, language and cognition, neurosciences, and social psychology. Helpful, local Connecticut psychology information can be found at the bottom of the page under “Connecticut Psychology Resources.” States surrounding Connecticut that provide graduate programs in psychology are New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Connecticut Masters in Psychology

Connecticut Masters in Psychology Degree Programs (Terminal)

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University of Hartford UHart offers a MS in Organizational Psychology and a MA in Clinical Psychology. The faculty represent a diversity of interests and specializations, including clinical, developmental, experimental, health, industrial/organizational, school, and social psychology. The program is strongly student-centered and committed to engaging students in the understanding of behavior, cognition, emotion, and social interaction.
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University of New Haven The UNH Masters in Community Psychology is one of the oldest graduate programs in the country. Three concentrations include: community-clinical services, program development, and forensic psychology. Students can tailor their curriculum to meet their individual needs and professional goals.
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Fairfield University The FU Master of Arts in Applied Psychology - Industrial/Organizational Psychology offers a solid education in the theories, philosophies, and practices of this dynamic and growing field. The program is designed to educate students to apply psychological principles and techniques in the work environment, to increase individual and organizational productivity.
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Central Connecticut State University CCSU offers a MA in Psychology has three specializations. The Community Psychology track is designed to train students to be active practitioners in prevention and community-based research. The Health Psychology track is designed to prepare students for a career in health psychology. The General Psychology track is designed to prepare students for a career in the field of human services.
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Southern Connecticut State University The MA in Psychology at SCSU is a research-based program designed to develop creative problem-solving skills applicable in research, clinical, industrial, and educational settings. Our program is appropriate for a wide range of candidates. Our facilities include a dedicated and well-equipped behavioral and physiological psychology laboratory, a cognitive/developmental research lab, and computer research labs.
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Western Connecticut State University (BACB) The WCSU Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis offers courses of study students can apply toward advanced degrees or toward careers as Board Certified Behavior Analysts. Our mission is to provide high-quality behavior analytic instruction to practitioners. Students will be able to measure observable behavior, design, plot and interpret data using the dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis to make environmental changes to maintain, increase, or decrease behaviors.
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Sacred Heart University The SHU MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology helps you to develop your knowledge, skills, and ethics as a competent and effective I/O psychologist. Learn how to help organizations increase efficiency and employee satisfaction using psychological principles, and be prepared to apply your advanced knowledge to a career in business, research, academics, and more.
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Connecticut Educational Psychology and Doctorate in Psychology Programs

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University of Hartford (APA)(NCSPP) The UHart Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology prepares students for effective functioning in the multiple roles which we believe that doctoral level practicing psychologists will need to fill in these rapidly changing times. Our aim is to prepare competent, compassionate, and self-aware clinical psychologists.
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University of Hartford (NASP) The Uhart Master of Science and Sixth Year Certificate in School Psychology prepares school psychologists with particular competencies to work with children, families, and educational systems. It is designed to prepare highly qualified practitioners whose primary role is to maximize learning and developmental opportunities for children. The program is planned to be completed in three academic years of full-time study
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Fairfield University (NASP) The FU MA degree and Sixth Year Certificate (SYC) in School Psychology develop competencies in the areas of assessment, consultation, and direct intervention. The program emphasizes the scientist-practitioner tradition, reflective practice, primary prevention, developmental and systems theory, and becoming agents of change.
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Southern Connecticut State University (NASP) The SCSU MS in School Psychology and in addition to a Sixth Year Professional Diploma (Specialist level credential) in School Psychology. Graduates of the two programs will be prepared for employment as school psychologists in public schools or other related organizations and agencies.
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University of Connecticut (APA) PhD programs at Uconn are offered in the following areas: Behavioral Sciences, Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Ecological Psychology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Language and Cognition, Neurosciences, and Social Psychology. The Psychological Sciences Department admits students for PhD degree study only; terminal master’s degree programs are not offered.
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University of Connecticut (NASP) The UConn Master's/Sixth-year program in School Psychology is designed to prepare qualified school psychologists to practice in public schools or related educational settings. The program is designed to involve students in a systematic and reasoned sequential plan of study in order to orient students to the professional practice of school psychology.
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University of Connecticut (NASP) The UConn PhD program in School Psychology is designed to prepare students for the practice of school psychology based on the scientific method, and to promote the commitment to a career of research directed toward the advancement of the science of psychology.
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Yale University (APA)(APCS) The Yale PhD in Psychology program annually enrolls about 15 new students. Each potential graduate student indicates one of five areas of concentration: clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, neuroscience, or social-personality psychology. The primary goal is the training of researchers, for academic and applied settings, who will broaden and deepen the knowledge base on which the science of psychology rests.
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Connecticut Psychology Resources

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Connecticut Psychologist Licensure The Connecticut State Department of Public Health Licensing Services
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Connecticut Association of School Psychologists CASP is the only organization that advocates for School Psychologists in the State of Connecticut.
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Connecticut Board of Examiners of Psychologists Oversees Psychologist conduct and licensing in the state of Connecticut.
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Connecticut Psychiatric Society The Connecticut Psychiatric Society is an organization of psychiatrists who work to ensure access to humane care and effective treatment for people with mental illnesses.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut NAMI Connecticut provides support, education, and advocacy for all Connecticut citizens affected by mental illness.
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Connecticut Psychological Association The CPA’s mission is to further the development and usefulness of psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare.
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Connecticut Association for Jungian Psychology CAJP is a nonprofit organization established in 1981, existing in order to provide an opportunity for lectures, study, and discussion of the work of C. G. Jung.
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Connecticut Association for Behavior Analysis The CABA is a professional organization that seeks to assist in the development and advancement of the field of behavior analysis within the state of Connecticut through research, education, and dissemination of information.
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Western New England Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Advances the development of the theory and practice of psychoanalysis through continued study and further development of the ideas and concepts
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