Masters In Psychology

Make an Impact on the Lives of Others with a Master’s in Psychology from Liberty

Are you interested in learning more about what motivates people spiritually, socially, and occupationally? Do you enjoy analyzing how people think and react to different situations? Maybe you’d like to pursue graduate studies in hopes of working in the psychology field someday. If so, our master’s in psychology could be a great way for you to pursue a rewarding career! 

Liberty University offers various residential graduate programs in psychology. You can study subjects such as:

  • Conditioning, learning, and neuropsychology
  • Current issues in industrial/organizational psychology
  • Leadership theories and practice
  • Organizational behavior management
  • Social and cognitive psychology

The goal of our master’s programs for psychology is to help you become a versatile and knowledgeable professional with a wide skill set. A master’s degree in psychology from Liberty can help you prepare for the career path you’re most interested in. You can pursue a career in a wide variety of fields. From research analysis and program development to college instruction and workforce management, our program can help you prepare. 

Liberty is a university that is dedicated to your personal and professional success. Our master’s in psychology programs can also prepare you to pursue doctoral studies in the future. Wherever your career goals are leading you, prepare by earning your graduate psychology degree from Liberty.

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At Liberty, you’ll find an affordable, high-quality education that equips students like you for the real world. Our commitment to excellence helped us rank among’s Top 3 college campuses in America. Earning your degree from a nonprofit university with state-of-the-art resources like ours can help set you apart from your peers.

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Why Choose One of Liberty’s Psychology Degrees?

Pursuing a master’s degree is a great way to take your specific skill set and interests to the next level. You can work toward a career in a field that will be uniquely rewarding for you! Our psychology master’s programs provide courses with the highest academic rigor without ethical compromise. 

At Liberty, our master’s in psychology programs are taught by faculty members with real-world field experience. Our curriculum is founded on strong biblical principles, so you can expand your knowledge while deepening your faith.

As a nonprofit Christian university, our mission is to Train Champions for Christ. We integrate the Christian faith into the training you receive in industry-standard psychological science. Walk away with a degree that expands your understanding of scientific methods and procedures.

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We believe your interests can be turned into a God-honoring career in the field of psychology. Stand out to employers for your integrity and level of academic prowess. Let us help you get there!

What Will You Learn in Our Master of Science in Psychology – General Psychology Degree?

Liberty’s master of science in psychology program provides foundational training in a variety of areas of psychology, including:

  • Correlation and regression
  • Measurement issues
  • Mental health
  • Overview of social, cognitive, and clinical psychology
  • Research design
  • Research ethics
  • Statistics

Our psychology programs offer you the opportunity to select psychology-related elective courses of your choosing. This allows you to gain more specific training in areas that interest you.

Check out our featured courses below for more information about the master’s in psychology courses you will be taking!

Featured Courses

MSPS 500 – Statistics and Research Design I

MSPS 513 – Social Psychology

MSPS 521 – Psychology and Christianity Integration

MSPS 531 – Cognitive Psychology: Theories and Methodology

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Highlights of Our Psychology Master’s Degrees

  • Complete your entire master’s in as little as 2 years.
  • Learn how to conduct research and generate reports appropriate for your future psychology-related profession!
  • Our student-to-professor ratio for residential graduate students is 6:1. Our faculty care deeply for their students, praying for and with them throughout their academic journey.
  • Our programs are designed for professionals from all walks of life. We don’t just want to help you with career advancement. We want to help you impact the world and the well-being of others in the spirit of Christian service.

    Master’s in Psychology Degrees Information

    Master’s in General Psychology

    Master’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

    Career Opportunities for MS in Psychology Graduate

    • College instructor
    • Evaluation and assessment manager
    • HR organizational development specialist
    • Human capital consultant
    • Human resources manager
    • Organizational consultant
    • Organizational development and effectiveness consultant
    • Program coordinator/director
    • Program developer/evaluator
    • Research/data analyst
    • Selection and assessment consultant
    • Service coordinator
    • Talent management specialist
    • Test and measures specialist
    • Workforce insights analyst/manage

    Admission Requirements for Graduate Degrees

    Every application is reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and all applicants must submit the following documents and meet the minimum requirements for admission:

    • Admission application
    • Self-certification form (for students who are in the final term of their bachelor’s degree)
    • Current Liberty undergraduate students seeking preliminary acceptance into a graduate program must complete a degree completion application through their ASIST account
    • A regionally or nationally accredited bachelor’s degree with at least a 3.0 GPA for admission in good standing
    • Undergraduate prerequisites (can be taken after admission): 12 credit hours in psychology, which must include general psychology, statistics, research methods, and 1 additional psychology course
    • Recommender Contact Information for 2 academic and/or professional sources (to be completed through the provided link)
    • Official GRE Test Scores (must be taken within the last 5 years). Current GRE, 151 Verbal Reasoning, 152 Quantitative Reasoning, 3.5 Analytical Writing.
      • 3.0 to 4.0 undergraduate GPA waives GRE test score requirement

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