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Earn Two Psychology Degrees in Five Years

If you are an undergraduate psychology or behavioral sciences student at Point Park University interested in expanding your career options in the psychology field, explore our accelerated, dual degrees 4+1 program.

Our unique program gives you an affordable opportunity to earn both a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology — and a Master of Arts in community psychology — in five years.

This program allows you to apply to the M.A. community psychology program during your junior year, and if accepted, take 12 credits of graduate classes during your senior year (six credits in the fall and six credits in the spring).

In your fifth year, you would then take the remaining 24 graduate credits (12 per semester) to complete your M.A. degree.

Psychology Students Helping to Improve Lives of Street Community Members
Mobile Thriving Respite was created by Professor of Psychology Robert McInerney, Ph.D., and Point Park graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Psychology to recognize and affirm the assets people have, and to offer cultural, educational and psychological resources.

Admission Requirements

The following are requirements for admission to our dual B.A./M.A. psychology program:

  • 3.4 GPA in undergraduate coursework
  • Official undergraduate transcript
  • Two letters of recommendation, with one written by Point Park psychology faculty member
  • Statement of intent
  • Resume or CV
  • Admissions interview