Applied Psychology

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Karin Lifter, PhD
Professor and Chair

404 International Village
617.373.2485
617.373.8892 (fax)
caep@northeastern.edu

Graduate programs in the Department of Applied Psychology reflect Northeastern University’s tradition of practice-oriented education with an ecological and multicultural focus. Faculty and students come from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, providing an enriching learning experience. The department is a scientist-practitioner-based unit that generates new psychological knowledge through research, and the translation of research, to applications that:

  1. Optimize development and learning 
  2. Promote mental and physical health from birth through the life span

The Bouvé College of Health Sciences emphasizes experiential and field-based learning, interdisciplinary and global knowledge, and integration of science and practice. The Department of Applied Psychology seeks to produce students who are well prepared to become counseling and psychology professionals in a variety of educational, government, community, organizational, and private settings. Our doctoral programs provide excellent educational opportunities for those interested in professional psychology with specialized training for future careers in academic or practice positions as licensed psychologists. As a Bouvé student, you have an opportunity to acquire knowledge and competency needed for a lifetime of personal fulfillment and professional achievement.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS)

Master of Science (MS)

Master of Science in Counseling Psychology (MSCP)

Graduate Certificate