Applied Psychology Non-Licensure Programs
If you’re interested in enhancing your career in the applied psychology field, consider a master’s degree from Argosy University.
We offer a variety of career-focused applied psychology non-licensure programs that focus on preparing practitioners who are grounded in the fundamentals of sound behavioral science and able to use and apply clinical and scientific research and scholarship. We value ethical practice that is sensitive to issues of diversity and multiculturalism. Personal development is central to the professional training and development of mental health professionals. This belief is critical to our curriculum, our off-site experiences, and our faculty. You will learn through example, active participation, and the high expectations of our faculty mentors.
Our programs can prepare individuals to work in fields that apply psychology, like corrections, addictions, sports/exercise, or religious institutions, hospitals, and clinics.
Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
The Schools of Professional Psychology at Argosy University have a history of providing students with programs with an emphasis on training and practice.
College of Business
The College of Business equips graduates for careers in a competitive business world.
College of Education
The College of Education helps transform aspiring educators into inspiring teachers and administrators.
College of Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences provides the skills students need to become well-educated and trained allied health professionals.
College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
The College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences prepares students for rewarding careers in psychology and counseling.
College of Undergraduate Studies
The College of Undergraduate Studies offers students the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in their field of choice.
Counselor Education programs provide students with the skills needed to become well-educated and trained counseling professionals.