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Master of Arts Psychology Admissions:

Doctor of Psychology Admissions:

PhD, EdD and MA (online) Admissions:

New England Academic Center:
28 Vernon St. Ste. 210, Brattleboro, Vermont 05301

Additional Academic Centers in:
Cincinnati, Ohio (Headquarters and sole residency location for EdD and PhD)
North Miami Beach, Florida
Los Angeles, California
Sacramento, California
Master of Arts with a concentration in Counseling Psychology
The Master's with a concentration in Counseling Psychology is designed to offer traditional courses and supervised internship experience required by state and national credentialing bodies. Offered as a hybrid program with on-ground and online courses, students meet coursework requirements for national certification by the NBCC and may be eligible to sit for the National Counselor’s Exam while in their final term. Whether enrolling full-time or part-time, students must plan on attending three weekends per year at Union’s Academic Center either in Brattleboro, Vermont or Cincinnati, Ohio. Optional embedded Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counseling Certificate available.

Master of Arts (online)
The dynamic Master of Arts Program is fully online, and offers full and part-time options, enabling students to plan academic studies around their personal schedules. Concentrations include: Creativity Studies; Health & Wellness; History & Culture; Leadership, Public Policy, & Social Issues; Literature & Writing.

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL)
The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership is designed for emerging leaders.
MSOL is an innovative results-oriented program designed to prepare you to build your capacity and develop your skills as a leader, develop a productive network to assist you in your profession, and to integrate your new knowledge into applicable actions.
Highlights of the MSOL program include:
• Online, cohort model, 12-month program, 36 semester credits
• 12 core courses in three distinct leadership modules
• GMAT or GRE are not required
• Leadership mentors assigned to each student

Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree program with a concentration in Clinical Psychology maintains a strong commitment to social justice and utilizes a distributed learning model. Designed to meet the needs of working professionals, the program integrates electronically mediated coursework with on-ground classroom-based learning. Small cohorts of 8-12 students meet approximately once a month for Professional Development Seminars and coursework in either Cincinnati, Ohio or Brattleboro, Vermont for the first three years of the program, in addition to biannual week-long Academic Meetings.

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies
Students pursuing the PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies focus their studies in one of the following three areas of concentration: Ethical & Creative Leadership, Humanities & Culture, Public Policy & Social Change. At the beginning of every January and July approximately 20 new students and all returning students come together for nine days of Academic Residency in Cincinnati, Ohio. The students move through the doctoral program as members of cohorts that are formed within and across the program's three areas of concentration. The cohort model leads to the formation of academic communities through regular and sustained interaction among students and between students and faculty.

UI&U's Doctor of Education program offers the EdD degree with specializations in Educational Leadership (Pre-K through 12) and Higher Education. As a whole, the Doctor of Education program features an emphasis on ethics and social justice. The EdD program is uniquely designed to align with the needs, experiences, and interests of mid-career professionals. Those who seek a low-residency doctoral experience can engage in advanced scholarship while balancing professional and family commitments.
M.A.: concentration in Counseling Psychology.
M.A.: areas of concentration: Creativity Studies, Health & Wellness, History & Culture; Leadership, Public Policy, & Social Issues; Literature & Writing.
M.S.: Organizational Leadership.
Ed.D.: specializations in Educational Leadership (Pre-K thru 12), Higher Education.
Ph.D.: concentrations in Ethical & Creative Leadership, Public Policy & Social Change, Humanities & Culture.
Psy.D.: concentration in Clinical Psychology.

M.A.: areas of concentration: Creativity Studies, Health & Wellness, History & Culture; Leadership, Public Policy, & Social Issues; Literature & Writing.


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