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School of Psychological Sciences Master's Programs in Psychology

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Why Choose UIndy's Master's Programs in Psychology?

Here are some highlights of what you can expect through UIndy's master's programs in psychology:

Faculty & students

  • Excellent core psychology faculty who value teaching, research and service
  • Many faculty with active clinical practices
  • Strong students with verbal and analytical writing GREs averaging above the 50th percentile

Classes & curriculum

  • Small class sizes for assessment and therapy labs and practicum seminars, with entering class size of 24 students that allows for personal contact and discussion with professors
  • Optional concentration area in child & adolescent psychology
  • Many elective offerings and new ones offered each year

Clinical training

  • High-quality, well-monitored practicum sites. Diverse settings include university counseling centers, psychiatric hospitals, CMHCs, hospital systems, residential facilities, correctional facilities, schools, and addictions facilities.
  • Traineeships available for advanced students in areas such as supervision, leadership, program development and early childhood mental health

Research

  • Faculty actively involved in publishing and presenting with many opportunities to join faculty research programs
  • Empirical MA thesis available for research track students

Resources

  • Updated technology and computer labs with extensive online and physical library resources
  • Wireless connectivity throughout campus
  • Annual awards for alumni who distinguish themselves
  • Active Graduate Psychology Association (GPA) that runs a mentorship program and is actively involved in professional development, community service and providing programmatic feedback to the director of graduate programs

University of Indianapolis

  • Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a Tier One Regional University (Midwest)
  • North Central Association of Colleges and Schools accredited university with strong graduate health sciences programs
  • International partnership with Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University, in the People's Republic of China

Indianapolis

  • Country's 12th largest city, and one of the fastest growing in the U.S.
  • Rich diversity of professional, artistic, cultural and educational opportunities
  • One of America's best downtown areas, according to Forbes

  • Consistently ranked one of the most affordable cities, based on cost of living

Cost

  • $898 per credit hour for licensable degrees and $600 per credit hour for the non-licensable option
  • Programs designed to be completed in two years
  • Low cost one-bedroom apartment rentals in Indianapolis (less than $600 per month)