Oklahoma Master’s in Psychology Degree Programs and Resources

Featured below is a list of Oklahoma colleges that are ranked by affordability and includes both terminal (master’s in psychology only) and non-terminal (master’s in psychology with doctorate) degree programs. Oklahoma has six universities that offer eighteen postgraduate degree programs. These programs include the following areas of study: psychology, psychological services, industrial-organizational psychology, clinical psychology, industrial psychology and technology, educational psychology, forensic psychology, school psychology, counseling psychology, and experimental psychology. There is a list of resources at the bottom of the page under “Oklahoma Psychology Resources” that lists local helpful sites about Oklahoma psychology. Neighboring states that offer graduate psychology degree programs are Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas and New Mexico.

Oklahoma Masters in Psychology

Oklahoma Master’s in Psychology Programs

East Central University The ECU Master of Science in Psychological Services degree is designed to develop professionals who can function as Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Behavioral Practitioners, School Psychologists, Sport Psychologists or psychological assistants. Topics include: general psychology, statistical methods, a psychology of learning and its application to behavior modification, a psychology of personality, abnormal psychology, psychological evaluation, and more.
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University of Central Oklahoma (MPCAC) The UCO Master of Arts in Psychology has been designed as a flexible, multipurpose degree program with professional psychology as its foundation. The following area of concentration include: Counseling Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Forensic Psychology, General Psychology, School Psychology, and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
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University of Tulsa The UT Master of Arts in Industrial-Organizational Psychology focuses on mastering key knowledge and skills needed to help organizations succeed. Graduates typically find jobs involving analysis of jobs and people as a basis for improving the fit between them.
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University of Tulsa The UT MA in Clinical Psychology allows students to develop basic intervention, evaluation, and consultation skills. Graduates of the program are prepared to assume entry-level clinical positions in agency, health-care, and organizational settings.
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University of Oklahoma The OU Master of Arts in Organizational Dynamics combines the disciplines of industrial-organizational psychology, management. amd organizational behavior. Students learn how to lead and manage teams to help an organization's employees work together more effectively and ensure alignment between an organization's goals and the strategies people use to achieve them.
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Oklahoma State University The OSU MS in Forensic Sciences - Forensic Psychology is designed for individuals pursuing career as forensic psychologist. Graduates can find careers with the FBI, law enforcement agencies and as instructors at universities.
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Oklahoma State University The OSU Online Master's in Educational Psychology prepares graduates to perform effectively as professionals in schools or educational settings by developing competencies focused on the human learner. Our program can advance your career or prepare you for doctoral studies. OSU also offers a MS in Forensic Psychology.
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Oklahoma Doctorate in Psychology Programs

Oklahoma City University The OCU PsyD in Clinical Psychology prepares students to provide evidence-based psychological services in a variety of settings to address a range of client mental health needs. It also prepares students to become competent professionals who are able to provide a variety of evidence based mental health services, including comprehensive psychological evaluations, psychotherapy services, supervisory services, and consultative services that can be provided to diverse groups of individuals.
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Southwestern Oklahoma State University (NASP) The SWOSU EdS in School Psychology program consists of two separate, yet closely interrelated, programs: the Master in Education (MEd) in School Psychometry and the Master of Science (MS) in School Psychology. Completion of these two programs will educate and train candidates to function as specialist-level practitioners who will provide a broad range of school psychological services.
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University of Central Oklahoma (NASP) The UCO Specialist in School Psychology is designed to prepare school psychologists who work at the specialist level with children, youth, and families to prevent and solve individual, school and family-related problems. The program embraces an ecological-behavioral philosophical framework and the also the scientist-practitioner framework. Embedded within the School Psychology Curriculum is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst course sequence.
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University of Tulsa (APA) The UT PhD in Clinical Psychology prepares graduates to become scientist practitioners of clinical psychology. Students develop a broad range of skills for the identification, evaluation, and resolution of human problems in agency, health-care, consulting, academic, or private practice settings. UT also offers a JD/MA in Clinical Psychology.
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University of Tulsa The UT PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology follows the scientist-practitioner model of psychological training, incorporating a synergy of theory, research, and practice directed to improving organizational effectiveness and worker well-being.
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University of Oklahoma The OU PhD in Psychology has four areas of specialization: cognitive psychology, social psychology, industrial-organizational psychology, and quantitative psychology. The programs are designed to produce experimental psychologists who are capable of assuming positions in academia, as well as industry and government. OU graduates have been consistently placed in academic, private sector, and government positions.
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Oklahoma State University (APA) The OSU PhD in Counseling Psychology provides excellent, student-centered training towards becoming a counseling psychologist able to work in a variety of settings. Our scientist-practitioner model of training has a strong focus on social justice and multiculturalism. We admit students both post-bachelors and post-master's.
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Oklahoma State University (APA,NASP) The OSU EdS in Education School Psychology option offers education and training in psychology to prepare students as professional school psychologists. The OSU PhD in School Psychology offers education and training in psychology to prepare students as scientist-practitioners. All our graduates meet the criteria needed to become nationally certified school psychologists (NCSPs).
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Oklahoma State University (APA,PCSAS,APCS) The OSU PhD in Clinical Psychology integrates scientific and professional training through research, practicum, and didactic experiences. We train our students to be leading researchers, critical consumers of the scientific literature, and clinicians who depend on scientific findings to guide their applied activities. The program has recently transitioned from a scientist-practitioner model to a clinical science model.
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Oklahoma State University The OSU PhD in Experimental Psychology adopts a broad approach to the science of psychology by examining the biological, cognitive, developmental, social, and personality factors that affect behavior across the full range of the individual’s lifespan. There are four concentrations to choose from: Cognitive Psychology, Comparative-Neurobiology, Developmental Psychology, and Social-Personality Psychology.
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Oklahoma Psychology Licensing and Resources

Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of Psychologists The mission of the OSBEP is to protect the public by regulating the practice of psychology in Oklahoma to ensure that only properly qualified psychologists practice psychology in the state and that the psychology profession as a whole is conducted in the public's best interest.
Oklahoma Network for the Teaching of Psychology The objective of ONTOP is to bring together individuals involved in the teaching of psychology in Oklahoma for the purposes of networking, sharing resources, and improving the quality of the teaching of psychology at all educational levels. Everyone involved in the teaching of psychology in the state of Oklahoma is eligible to join.
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Oklahoma School Psychological Association The OSPA serves its members by advancing the standard of the profession of school psychology and by providing opportunities for professional growth in Oklahoma. We represent the membership by promoting the education, mental health, rights, and welfare of children and youth.
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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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Oklahoma Licensed Behavior Analyst Board OLBAB licenses Behavior Analysts and certifies Assistant Behavior Analysts to work in Oklahoma. The BCBAs and BCaBAs licensed or certified by OLBAB must maintain active status and fulfill all requirements of the national Behavior Analyst Certification Board in accordance with the national Professional and Ethical Compliance Code.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI OK has eight affiliates throughout the state that facilitate support groups, conduct education programs, and send speakers out into the community to increase understanding and bring awareness of mental illness and to share the message that treatment can be effective.
Oklahoma Psychological Association Founded in 1946, the OPA's mission is to advance psychology as a science, profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare in Oklahoma. Oklahoma has over 600 licensed psychologists and post doctoral students who's education, certifications and clinical and research experience impact the mental health of Oklahomans.
Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program NOPIP is an APA-accredited internship consortium that trains future psychologists with a focus on individual development. We are comprised of 5 agencies located in and around Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our commitment is to provide quality clinical training in the provision of general psychological services.
Oklahoma Psychological Society The OPS mission is to provide a collegial environment for students to experience the communication of ideas. Students and faculty working together sponsor and participate in a state convention to encourage and develop psychological research.
Oklahoma Society for Psychoanalytic Studies OSPS is dedicated to providing high quality education about psychoanalysis to anyone interested. Our members include clinicians, professors, administrators, and other professionals.
Oklahoma Association for Behavior Analysis The mission of OKABA is to provide professional support and guidance to behavior analysts, share evidence-based practices, and promote adherence to the Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts in the state of Oklahoma.
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