Psychology | Master’s Degree

Goddard College

Description

The Master of Arts in Psychology is designed to prepare graduates to enter into their area of psychology with the professional skills necessary to advance their career goals, their personal development, and to make a positive impact on the communities in which they live and work. We have the goal of meeting each student where they are in their development as scholar, psychologist, and advocate for social justice.

Cost Total Program Cost $45,725

  • Tuition Per Year $21,044

  • Housing and Meals Per Year $1,786

  • Application Fee $65

  • Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.

Financial Assistance

  • Federal & State Grants

    While Goddard’s low-residency model allows our students to continue working while pursuing their degrees, most will need some assistance in putting together the cost of attendance. More than one third of our undergraduate students receive assistance through the Federal Pell or Student Educational Opportunity Grants.

    Scholarships
    Veteran Education Benefits
    Federal Pell Grant
    State and Local Grants

  • Loans

    Federal student loans are available to U.S. Citizens and legal permanent residents of the United States who are not in default of other student loans, have not reached their maximum loan amounts, and are not currently using student loans at another college. Available loan amounts vary based on program level and degree track.

    Federal Subsidized Loans
    Federal Unsubsidized Loans
    Parent PLUS Loans

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  • Educational Services
  • Professional, scientific, and technical
  • Public Adminstration
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