School of Psychology, Family, and Community
Mícheál D. Roe, Dean of the School of Psychology, Family, and Community
Faculty, staff, and students in the School of Psychology, Family, and Community strive to become a community of learners who are:
- Guided by faith.
- Exploring the implications of vital expressions of Christian faith for the human condition, as well as for emotional and relational healing and health.
- Rooted in academic discipline.
- Fostering rigorous and creative learning environments, as well as contributing primary scholarship to the scientific study of psychological and social processes.
- Committed to service.
Grounding our learning community in the theory, research, and application of our disciplines in order to produce skilled graduates who can serve with character and competence in a broken world. Nurturing creative partnerships with our local community and beyond in order to serve in and learn from socially and culturally diverse settings.
Clinical Psychology (Ph.D.)
Industrial Organizational Psychology (Ph.D. and M.A.)
Marriage and Family Therapy (M.S.)
Medical Family Therapy Certificate