Indiana Master’s in Psychology Degree Programs and Resources

The Indiana colleges indexed below by affordability offer terminal and non-terminal psychology degree programs. Eleven schools offer 35 postgraduate psychology degree programs. The degree types provided are in the areas of psychology, community psychology, experimental psychology, clinical psychology, educational psychology, quantitative psychology, social psychology, child mental health, sport and exercise psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, research methodology, learning and developmental sciences, school psychology, guidance and psychological services, counseling psychology, addiction neuroscience, applied social and organizational psychology, and psychological sciences. The “Indiana Psychology Resources” section at the bottom of the page lists websites featuring local psychology information. Bordering states that have colleges offering graduate programs in psychology include Kentucky, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.

Indiana Masters in Psychology

Indiana Master’s in Psychology Programs

Purdue Global University (BACB) The PGU Online Master's Degree in Psychology offers you an opportunity to blend the rich, academic tradition of psychology with the contemporary applications of science. This program emphasizes practical application, so that you gain the tangible skills necessary to make a difference helping others, empowering people, and driving change. Concentrations include: General Psychology, Addictions, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
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Martin University The MU Master of Science in Community Psychology provides a contemporary curriculum in a healthy and collegiate environment to students seeking advanced education in the mental health counseling profession. Graduates will be able to perform in community settings include: addiction facilities, public and private mental health counseling centers, correctional facilities, inpatient psychiatric units.
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Indiana State University The ISU Master's in Experimental Psychology is designed to give students in-depth instruction and hands-on experience in the research process. Some graduates have gone on to doctoral programs in social psychology, quantitative psychology, and cognitive neurosciences. Some graduates are working in positions where they can use the research skills they acquired in our program.
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Calumet College of St. Joseph The CCSJ Master of Arts in Psychology reflects a two-tiered approach that incorporates a combination of theoretical and clinical practices. Students are required to fulfill requirements associated with each of three domains: the professional development; the theoretical; and the quantitative.
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Ball State University The BSU Master's in Social Psychology mission is to expand social justice, better understand human behavior, and help people in practical ways. As a student in our program, you will gain experiences and training that will prepare you for employment in applied social psychology or to pursue doctoral training in social psychology or a related field. BSU also offers a Dual Major in Social Psychology and Clinical Mental Health.
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Ball State University (APA) The BSU Department of Educational Psychology offers a MA in Educational Psychology Online, a MS in Educational Psychology, and a Master's in Quantitative Psychology.
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Ball State University The BSU MA/MS in Sport and Exercise Psychology (SEP) will outfit you with theoretical foundations, research knowledge, and real-world experiences related to the psychology of sport performance and exercise behavior.
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Ball State University The BSU Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology is designed to prepare students to be competitive candidates for psychology doctoral programs. A variety of electives are available in areas such as cognition, personality, advanced statistics, counseling, and development. Optional concentrations in: Assessment, Clinical/Counseling, or Cultural Diversity.
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Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis The IUPUI MS in Industrial/Organizational Psychology is a full-time terminal Master of Science degree program. The goal of this program is to develop scientists and scientist-practitioners through rigorous mentored research and coursework in statistics, measurement, and research methods.
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Purdue University The PU MSEd in Educational Psychology and Research Methodology prepares students to be leaders in research that addresses significant educational and psychological problems. Our internationally-recognized faculty members offer students strong, individualized mentoring.
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Indiana University Bloomington The IUB MSEd in Learning and Developmental Sciences with the Educational Psychology track examines how teachers, classroom environments, and schools can enhance or diminish student motivation and performance. You will gain insight into cognitive and emotional changes in children, adolescents, and adults and develop a solid foundation in the theoretical frameworks that guide different styles of teaching.
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University of Indianapolis (MPCAC) The UIndy MS in Psychology program will prepare you for non-clinical, psychology-related employment at the graduate level, and provides a solid foundation for future admission to a PhD program. Tracks to choose from include: forensics, program development and evaluation, or research.
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Indiana Doctorate in Psychology Programs

Valparaiso University (NASP) The VU Med/EdS in School Psychology equips students with two degrees and exceptional hands-on training. The curriculum requires two years of sequenced coursework, including the summer months. In the third year, students complete a year-long, 1,200-clock hour internship, supervised by a licensed or credentialed school psychologist. Three years of classroom and field training prepares candidates to become licensed school psychologists in Indiana and other U.S. states.
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Indiana State University (APA) The ISU PsyD in Clinical Psychology is based on a practitioner-scientist model. The primary goal of the program is to prepare individuals to become competent professional psychologists through balanced training in clinical competencies and research, to contribute to the science of psychology.
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Indiana State University (APA,NASP) The ISU PhD in Guidance and Psychological Services with a Specialization in School Psychology generally takes five years to complete full requirements which includes coursework, practicum and internship, preliminary examinations, and dissertation. Students select an area of sub-specialization in which they obtain focused study in an area of their interest.
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Indiana State University (NASP) The ISU EdS in School Psychology generally takes three years to complete full requirements, including coursework, practica and internship, and a culminating field-based research project. Students enrolled in our Ed.S. program gain extensive hands-on experience in the P-12 school settings, beginning in the first semester of graduate study.
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Ball State University (APA) The BSU PhD in Counseling Psychology prepares you to become an exceptional counseling psychologist working in academia, university counseling centers, health care settings and/or private practice. You’ll graduate as a scientist-professional with a strong integration of theory, research, and practice as a health service psychologist.
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Ball State University (APA,NASP) The BSU PhD in Educational Psychology is the perfect step to career advancement if you have a degree in education, psychology, social work, or other fields involving human development and learning. The BSU PhD in School Psychology prepares students for entry to practice in health service psychology. The PhD Program in School Psychology is a pathway toward eligibility to pursue a career as a licensed psychologist.
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Ball State University (NASP) The BSU MA/EdS in School Psychology students develop competencies in culturally relevant and responsive intervention, assessment, consultation, and prevention through course work, clinic- and field-based practica, and an internship. We are an inclusive and community-focused program where our students gain extensive, direct, and supervised experience with diverse populations.
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Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis The IUPUI PhD in Addiction Neuroscience (Formerly PhD in Psychobiology) objective is to train students interested in the behavioral and brain sciences who seek research-based careers in behavioral neuroscience and psychopharmacology. The graduate training is designed to promote a comprehensive understanding of the neural bases of behavior, with an emphasis on the behavioral neurobiology of drugs of abuse.
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Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis The IUPUI PhD in Applied Social and Organizational Psychology (ASOP) program is a full-time doctoral degree program with a concentration in Diversity Science. The goal of this program is to develop scientists and scientist-practitioners through rigorous mentored research and coursework in statistics, measurement, and research methods.
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Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis (APA,PCSAS) The IUPUI PhD in Clinical Psychology (Purdue Degree) prepares students for careers as researchers, educators, direct service providers, and administrators. Although the program offers the opportunity for strong clinical training, its primary emphasis is on the methods of behavioral science, and the program offers unusually rich opportunities for research and training.
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Purdue University (APA) The PU PhD in Counseling Psychology program consists of five years of full-time, on-campus study and a one-year pre-doctoral psychology internship. Course work is completed in psychological foundations, Counseling Psychology core, statistics and research design, and practicum and internship.
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Purdue University The PU PhD in Educational Psychology & Research Methodology requires a dissertation and entails 60 hours of graduate credit beyond a completed master’s degree. Areas of specialization include: Cognition and Learning, Motivation, Self-Regulated Learning, Educational Measurement, Quantitative Research Methods, and Personal-Social Development and Schooling.
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Purdue University (APA,APCS) The PU PhD in Psychological Sciences offers six distinct majors: Clinical Psychological Sciences, Cognitive Psychology, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Mathematical and Computational Cognitive Science, Neuroscience and Behavior, and Social Psychology. Our graduates have positions in academia, the government, the military, and industry.
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Indiana University Bloomington (APA) The IUB PhD in Counseling Psychology is based on a scientist-practitioner training model, with a strong emphasis on multicultural issues and social justice. You’ll learn to apply psychological principles with an understanding of and respect for differing world views. You’ll undertake original research under the guidance of a faculty advisor.
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Indiana University Bloomington (NASP) The IUB PhD in School Psychology gives you several career options while you learn from the scientist-practitioner model, where research and theory will inform your work, and real-world experiences will help your research. Become a practicing school psychologist, conduct independent research, take a leadership role in special education, or prepare for private practice.
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Indiana University Bloomington (NASP) The IUB EdS in School Psychology prepares for a career as a practitioner in public, charter, and private schools. You’ll get a solid foundation in the legal, ethical, and professional issues related to school psychology, as well as training in psychological assessment, academic and behavioral interventions, counseling, and consultation.
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Indiana University Bloomington (APA,PCSAS,APCS) IUB offers seven PhD Majors in Psychology: Clinical Science, Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Mechanisms of Behavior, Molecular and Systems Neuroscience, and Social Psychology. We view these as interconnected areas rather than silos.
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University of Indianapolis (APA,NCSPP,MPCAC) The Uindy PsyD in Clinical Psychology gives students a solid foundation of core knowledge, along with the assessment, intervention and research skills necessary to successfully practice in the field. Concentration include: Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, Childhood and Adolescent Psychology, and Adult Psychopathology and Psychotherapy.
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University of Notre Dame (APA) The UND PhD in Psychology students receive intensive training in research and experimental/quasi-experimental methods. Students specialize in one of four content areas that collectively form our Psychology graduate degree program: Clinical; Cognition, Brain, and Behavior; Developmental; and Quantitative.
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Indiana Psychology Licensing and Resources

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Indiana State Psychology Board Indiana's Professional Licensing Agency for Psychologists.
Indiana Association of School Psychologists Established in 1987, the IASP is the professional home for hundreds of Indiana School Psychologists and many graduate students.
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American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training AADPRT mission is to promote excellence in the education and training of future psychiatrists and welcomes individual and institutional members to take advantage of its networking, educational offerings, and especially its annual meetings.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association PRA is the premiere membership organization for the worldwide recovery workforce, advocating for the field on the Federal and State level here in the US, certifying professional expertise in psychiatric rehabilitation (with the CPRP and/or CFRP credentials), and providing a local community for those in the workforce through component relations (state chapters and affiliates).
Association for Academic Psychiatry The AAP focuses on education in psychiatry at every level from the beginning of medical school through lifelong learning for psychiatrists and other physicians.
Mental Health America of Indiana The mission of MHA Indiana is to work for the mental health of all citizens and for victory over mental illness and addictive disorders through public education, advocacy and public health reform. We are Indiana's leading mental health and substance use advocacy organization. We are dedicated to providing overall mental wellness and recovery for all Hoosiers.
Indiana Psychological Association IPA is one of the oldest and most well established state psychological associations in the nation. IPA is the largest organization representing scientific and professional psychology in Indiana.
Indiana Psychiatric Society IPS provides continuing medical education, practice enhancement strategies, and legislative representation on behalf of Indiana psychiatrists so as to efficiently and effectively treat mental illness and promote mental health for the citizens of the state of Indiana.
Hoosier Association for Behavior Analysis HABA primarily focuses on the promotion of Applied Behavior Analysis in an ethical, human, and effective fashion in the state of Indiana. We conduct an annual conference focused on research and professional practices in behavior analysis and also offer opportunities for BCBAs and BCaBAs to earn Continuing Education Units.
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Indiana Society for Psychoanalytic Thought ISPT is a multi-disciplinary group dedicated to furthering the study and application of broad-based psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and the methods of psychoanalytic inquiry through the sponsorship of conferences, symposia, and workshops on clinical and cultural issues, theoretical papers, and ongoing research by ISPT members and recognized experts in the field.
Indiana High School Psychology Teachers Association The IHSPTA Conference is an annual, one-day event that draws high school psychology teachers to the IUPUI campus to accomplish the following three goals: to sharpen their pedagogical skills, to provide them with a forum to share their teaching techniques with their peers, and to develop collegial relationships with their fellow high school and college teachers of psychology.
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