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There are many colleges that offer a Masters Degree in Psychology. One of the colleges that offers a Masters Degree in Psychology is the University of Phoenix.
A bachelors of arts or science is oftentimes required for a graduate degree in psychology including a masters.
He earned a degree in psychology.
Usually you have to have done a PSYCHOLOGY degree first. Check with your university for whichever country you live in.
masters with limited licensed psychology
Any given university will have specific prerequisites for its masters degree program in psychology, in terms of courses that need to be taken at the undergraduate level. You will have to talk about this with the university which you would like to attend. But in theory yes, you can have a fine arts degree and still get a masters in psychology.
"One needs to research colleges or universities that offer a psychology degree. Undergraduate simply means that the degree is not a graduate aka Masters degree. Most schools offer degrees in psychology, but a graduate degree may increase chances of a better future in the industry."
No-You must undergo certain medical and pharmaceuticals training. However...your masters degree in psychology is a liberal ARTS degree...and is the step preceding getting your Doctorate of Psychology or Psychiatry.
My undergraduate degree is in Psych... the degree is mostly useless unless you are going on toward a masters.
Since the MA would be in one area of psychology and your degree is in another most likely you will have to enroll in the graduate program for industrial psychology. Call your university graduate studies office. I know here in the US it wouldn't automatically give you a Masters degree with only undergraduate work completed.
No it does not. My bachelors is in psychology, but my masters is in organizational management. The only thing is, if the masters requires any prerequisites, you may have to complete them at the undergraduate level first. Still, this is not for all masters.