Graduate Study

Graduate Study

The Department of Psychology and Sociology offers three opportunities for graduate studies, the Accelerated Master’s Program, Family and Community Services Graduate Program, and the Joint Curriculum Two Degrees Graduate Program.

Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP)

The Department participates in UNA's Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP). The AMP permits qualified undergraduate students the opportunity to take up to 9 hours of graduate-level coursework in either the Family and Community Services master’s program or the Counselor Education program. These courses may count as both elective SO or PY course credit and credit towards either of the graduate programs.

AMP between Psychology (BA/BS) and Family and Community Services (MS)
AMP between Sociology (BA/BS) and Family and Community Services (MS)
AMP between Psychology (BA/BS) and Counselor Education (MA/MAED)
AMP between Sociology (BA/BS) and Counselor Education (MA/MAED)

Family and Community Services Graduate Program

The Master of Science degree in Family and Community Services is an online program intended to meet the educational needs of professionals who wish to serve children and families in family and social service agencies.

Joint Curriculum Two Degrees Graduate Program

The Joint Curriculum Two Degrees Program allows students to earn a Master of Business Administration degree and a Master of Science degree in Family and Community Services simultaneously. Students must apply and be admitted to both programs.