New Mexico Master’s in Psychology Programs and Resources

Featured below is a list of New Mexico colleges that provide non-terminal (master’s in psychology with doctorate) and terminal (master’s in psychology only) postgraduate degree programs. There are three universities offering seven higher education psychology degrees.  These degree types include the following areas of study: psychology, general experimental psychology, educational psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology, and clinical psychology. The “New Mexico Psychology Resources” section at the bottom of the page categorizes helpful sites with local psychology information. Neighboring states that have colleges providing graduate psychology degree programs are Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas.

New Mexico Masters in Psychology

New Mexico Master’s in Psychology Programs

New Mexico Highlands University (MPCAC) The NMHU Master of Science in Psychology trains master's level psychologists who can utilize critical thinking skills, an understanding of the scientific method, and knowledge of major disciplines of psychology to their work as teachers, researchers, or practitioners. The two tracks offered are General Psychology track and Clinical Psychology/Counseling track.
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New Mexico State University The NMSU MA in General Experimental Psychology offers emphases in engineering psychology, cognitive psychology, or social psychology. The program is designed to provide graduates with the tools and knowledge necessary for further training at the doctoral level or for employment in industry or government.
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University of New Mexico The UNM Educational Psychology MA is designed to give students a broad and critical perspective on the psychological factors affecting individuals in schools, other educational settings, and other learning situations throughout the life span. The program also emphasizes critical evaluation and application of research and theory based on a firm grounding in measurement, assessment, research methodology and quantitative methods.
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New Mexico Doctorate in Psychology Programs

New Mexico State University (APA) The NMSU PhD in Counseling Psychology offers educational experiences in the foundations of scientific psychology (history & systems of psychology, biological, cognitive/affective, individual and social bases of behavior) as applied within the discipline of counseling psychology. The program is based on the scientist-practitioner model and emphasizes the integration of theory, research, and practice.
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New Mexico State University (NASP) The NMSU EdS in School Psychology mission is to train professionals to promote the highest quality educational and mental health services for children and families. Students are training to work with preschoolers, children, adolescents, and families, school personnel, offering consultation, instruction, assessment, and intervention,
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University of New Mexico The UNM PhD in Psychology offers the following areas of specialization: Cognition, Brain and Behavior; Diversity/Multicultural Psychology; Evolution and Development; Health Psychology and Quantitative Psychology. Typically, our Ph.D. students get a Master's degree along the way as they work towards their Ph.D., but the program is not designed to end with the Master's degree.
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University of New Mexico (APA,APCS) The UNM PhD in Clinical Psychology adheres strongly to a clinical science model. Our research strengths lie in the following areas: additions and drug abuse, including treatment outcome research, mechanisms of behavior change in the treatment of addictive behaviors, eating disorders, cultural adaptation of empirically based interventions for diverse populations, health disparities, sexual victimization, pediatric psychology and pediatric neuroscience, positive psychology, and health psychology.
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New Mexico Psychology Licensing and Resources

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New Mexico Board of Psychological Examiners Ensures appropriate licensure requirements for psychologists, psychologist associates and prescribing psychologists in the state of New Mexico. The board establishes and enforces the laws, regulations, and the code of professional conduct governing the practice of psychology and requires that any person practicing or offering psychological services is licensed.
Southwestern Psychological Association SWPA is an official APA affiliate for the Southwestern nine-state region of the United States and works to promote and strengthen psychology’s scientific, professional and educational facets. SWPA prides itself on serving the psychological community by providing access to scientific advances and professional development within a collegial atmosphere. Students are welcomed and treated as active and valued participants in the discipline. Additionally, SWPA strives to maintain diversity in its membership, its leadership and its program.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness New Mexico NAMI New Mexico is an effective mental health organization dedicated to empowering and enlightening New Mexico’s diverse population thru advocacy, education and support. We are located in Albuquerque with other local affiliates in San Juan County, Santa Fe, and Southern New Mexico.
Rocky Mountain Psychological Association RMPA was founded in 1930 for the purpose of advancing psychology as a science, as a profession and as a means of promoting human welfare in the States of Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. During April of each year a convention is held at various locations throughout the region at which scientific papers, posters and symposia are presented. RMPA remains an advocate throughout all phases of professional development by the dissemination of scientific and professional ideas.
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Psychiatric Medical Association of New Mexico PMANM is the New Mexico branch of the American Psychiatric Association. Currently, about 180 of approximately 320 New Mexico psychiatrists are members. Our threefold mission in the state of New Mexico is to promote the highest quality of care for individuals with mental disorders; promote psychiatric education and research and advance and represent the profession of psychiatry; and serve the professional needs of its membership.
New Mexico Psychological Association The NMPA is the oldest and largest statewide association by, and for, New Mexico psychologists, psychology students, and allied professionals. The mission is to advance psychology as a science and profession and to promote human well-being. NMPA advocates for its member interests at the state and national level, and enhances their ability to provide quality, evidence-based services to the public through robust psychology continuing education programming.
Four Corners Association for Behavior Analysis The FCAB is an independent, non-profit, professional organization affiliated with the Association for Behavior Analysis International, an organization dedicated to promoting the experimental, theoretical, and applied analyses of behavior. Our members reside, teach, conduct research and practice primarily in the Four Corners region of the United States (AZ, CO, NM, UT).
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State Psychologist Association of New Mexico An association dedicated to the education of psychologists interested in psychopharmacology, to the advocacy of New Mexico Prescribing/Medical Psychologists, and to educating the general public.
New Mexico Association of School Psychologists NMASP offers resources, training, and advocacy for school psychologists in NM and work to ensure that students receive the best possible education and mental health support.
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