Graduate Programs​

SPFC’s graduate programs bring vital Christian faith to rigorous training, substantive research, and effective professional and clinical practice. We graduate skilled professionals committed to the well-being of individuals and their families.

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Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MA), Industrial-Organizational Psychology (PhD)   — Prepares scholars and practitioners with theoretical knowledge, applied skills, and self-awareness to guide organizations and develop leaders of the future.

Marriage and Family Therapy (MS) — Integrates biological, psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives in providing psychotherapy with family systems.

Medical Family Therapy (certificate) —Equips you to address physical, emotional, spiritual, and relational needs of patients dealing with chronic illness, as part of an integrated health care team.

Clinical Psychology (PhD) — Emphasizes both scientific research and clinical practice from a biopsychosocial-spiritual perspective.

Research Psychology (MS) — Prepares students with the knowledge and skills necessary for research in industry, the laboratory, or further education in a PhD program.

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Graduate program costs

Each graduate psychology program features a different tuition rate. Get the specifics for the program that interests you, along with payment options.