The Department of Psychology offers a major in Psychology leading to the Master of Arts degree. Concentrations are available in Addiction Treatment, Applied Behavior Analysis, Counseling Psychology, and General/Experimental Psychology. The master's program in psychology is designed to give students a deeper understanding of human behavior from a variety of perspectives. All students study a common core of psychology courses and then develop a specialization with the help of an academic advisor. Students finish their graduate experience by either completing an internship or a thesis. Internships are available at a range of human service agencies. Graduates work in human services agencies, enter private practice, or enter doctoral programs.