Top Online Master's Degree in Psychology

Psychologists study the mental functions and behavior of human beings. They apply scientific methods to better understand different aspects of the mind, including cognition, emotion, perception, personality and socialization. A Master’s degree in Psychology is usually required to attain high-level positions in this field.

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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Capella University

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University of Phoenix

Kaplan University

Southern New Hampshire University

University College

Brandman University

Northcentral University

Lubbock Christian University

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Alaska Pacific UniversityUndergraduate
Anchorage, AK

Albion CollegeUndergraduate
Albion, MI

Alderson Broaddus UniversityUndergraduate
Philippi, WV

Anna Maria CollegeUndergraduate
Paxton, MA

Anna Maria CollegeOnline

Arcadia UniversityUndergraduate
Glenside, PA

Auburn UniversityUndergraduate
Auburn University, AL

Baldwin Wallace UniversityUndergraduate
Berea, OH

Ball State UniversityUndergraduate
Muncie, IN

Ball State UniversityOnline

Bard College at Simon's RockUndergraduate
Great Barrington, MA

Beacon CollegeUndergraduate
Leesburg, FL

Bellevue UniversityUndergraduate
Bellevue, NE

Bellevue UniversityOnline

Bethel CollegeUndergraduate
Mishawaka, IN

Bethel CollegeOnline

Bethel CollegeUndergraduate
North Newton, KS

Bethel UniversityUndergraduate
McKenzie, TN

Boston CollegeUndergraduate
Chestnut Hill, MA

Brewton-Parker CollegeUndergraduate
Mount Vernon, GA

Burlington CollegeUndergraduate
Burlington, VT

California State University--FullertonUndergraduate
Fullerton, CA

California State University--Long BeachUndergraduate
Long Beach, CA

California State University--Monterey BayUndergraduate
Seaside, CA

California State University--SacramentoUndergraduate
Sacramento, CA

California State University--San BernardinoUndergraduate
San Bernardino, CA

California State University--San MarcosUndergraduate
San Marcos, CA

Calumet College of St. JosephUndergraduate
Whiting, IN

Cambridge CollegeUndergraduate
Cambridge, MA

Carlow UniversityUndergraduate
Pittsburgh, PA

Cazenovia CollegeUndergraduate
Cazenovia, NY

Central Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Mount Pleasant, MI

Central Michigan UniversityOnline

Central Washington UniversityUndergraduate
Ellensburg, WA

Central Washington UniversityOnline


Earn Your Master’s Degree in Psychology Online

The number of psychologists is expected to grow 22% between 2010 and 2020, according to projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s a rate much faster than the average of all other occupations.

Generally speaking, psychologists help people deal with health issues such as depression, stress and addiction. They may work with older patients as they face physical and mental changes that come with aging. They also work with veterans who are having difficulty making the transition to civilian life.

A growing student population will also lead to a need for more psychologists, particularly to those who have special needs and learning disabilities.