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MS in Developmental Psychology

Blended Courses (Online/On Campus) offered in Concord, East Longmeadow, or Sturbridge, Massachusetts

The Circle of Life Starts with You

Enrolling Now, Classes Begin February 26, 2018

You have a passion for helping other people. Now, you want the skills and knowledge, but, more importantly the understanding to be a positive force in people’s lives. Listening with empathy. Reading your environment with emotional intelligence. Connecting with someone sitting across from you. Learning to be in the moment.

Our MS in Developmental Psychology degree provides students with an integrated and comprehensive program of study that will amplify their understanding of developmental psychology and its impact on all phases of life within the context of wellness. Students are challenged to synthesize advanced theories and constructs and apply this information to practical situations whether in academic, professional, or community settings. Through curriculum that provides an expansive and broad-based educational experience in Psychology, students develop a better understanding of health and relationships.

Why Choose Bay Path University?

  • Convenient schedule is a combination of online and on campus courses (offered in either Concord, East Longmeadow, or Sturbridge, Massachusetts)
  • Classes start every October, February and June
  • 36 credit program: 12 courses and 160 hours of community-based field work
  • Flexible format can be taken full-time or part-time
  • Small classroom environment, taught by experienced and supportive faculty
  • Receives high accolades from our students, see what they are saying
  • Students have access to online and on-ground support and academic resources 
  • Financial Aid is available 
  • No GMAT or GRE required

developmental psychology jacki bardenI have made lasting friendships with several classmates and even professors. Without them I would not have reached my goal of having an MS in Developmental Psychology degree."
Jacki Ann Barden, '13
MS in Developmental Psychology