Valentine's Day is coming and St. Francis College Psychology Professor Marisa Cohen wants to make sure you're ready with the publication of her new book, From First Kiss To Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love (Open Books).
Start Your Career or Prepare for a Doctorate
Psychology Masters Degree students have two choices as they pursue their degree. They can research for a thesis, putting them in excellent positions to apply for a Doctorate or they can gain real-world experience in Applied Psychology and embark on their career.
- group and individual counseling theory,
- behavioral assessment and intervention,
- professional and ethical procedures,
- and, cognitive neuroscience and research.
In the second year, students will either complete a Master’s thesis (for students with research interests and career goals or who are seeking doctoral program admission) or practicum experiences (consisting of community practicum opportunities supplemented by classroom supervision) for those who have applied aspirations.
- Community Therapist,
- Youth & Family Counseling,
- Behavioral Coach (medication/nutrition compliance),
- Substance Abuse Counselor,
- Juvenile Aggression Counseling,
- Women's Shelter Counselor,
- Protective Order Case Manager, and
- Clinical Administration
36 credits: 30 credits of coursework and
- Thesis track – 6 credit thesis
- Applied track – 6 credit practicum
Year One (Fall)
Year Two (Fall)
Year One (Spring)
Year Two (Spring)
Who is Eligible?
Junior level students with an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher and whose grades in all courses in the psychology major are C or higher.
What do I do next?
Applications should include the following:
- Two (2) letters of recommendation
- Application/Transcript (Download Application Now)
- Personal statement
- Satisfactory personal interview
- Research Writing Sample
Dr. Jennifer Lancaster,
Chair, Department of Psychology
Dr. Kristy Biolsi
Director, BA/MA Applied Psychology
St. Francis College
180 Remsen Street
Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201
Valedictorian Christine Muraco '17, Commencement Speaker Evelyn Wolfe, Interim President Timothy Houlihan and the Winter Commencement Class of 2017 made for an amazing day January 9, 2017 as they rang in the new year with almost 100 new graduates of St. Francis College.
It is with great sorrow that St. Francis College announces the passing of President Brendan J. Dugan, a graduate of the College class of 1968 on December 18, 2016. He was 69.
More than 100 people enjoyed Chinese music and calligraphy, Dim Sum, and artwork at the opening reception for A Celebration of Chinese American Art & Photography in NYC, a month long exhibition featuring photographs by Psychology Professor Uwe Gielen and art work by Linda Moses at St. Francis College on December 2.
St. Francis College proudly launched a new honor society chapter on campus, Alpha Lambda Delta, on November 11, with the induction of more than 100 students who achieved academic excellence in their freshmen year at the College.
St. Francis College welcomed Alyce McGovern on October 4, 2016 to talk about Sexting and Young People as part of the Fall 2016 Senior Citizen Lecture Series: Inequality and Monorities in American Culture.