School of Social & Behavioral Sciences Graduate Programs
The School of Social and Behavioral Sciences has a long history of providing graduate level education. Today, students can earn Master's degrees in both initial certification and professional-level certification in Education, Mental Health Counseling, and School Psychology. These advanced degree programs prepare graduates for a variety of career opportunities in mental health, human services, community organizations and education. Alumni from our programs also work in research and corporate environments, and some continue their academic studies through doctoral degree programs.
Prospective students can learn about our graduate programs by visiting the program links on this page. Additionally, we encourage you to visit the Marist Graduate Admission website to receive additional materials pertaining to your program of choice and receive details about upcoming information sessions and special admission-related events.
Admission requirements for each of our graduate programs can be found on the following pages:
- MA in School Psychology
- MA in Mental Health Counseling
- Master's in Education (Initial Certification)
- MA in Educational Psychology (Professional Certification)
We strongly encourage all graduate applicants to visit the Marist campus and learn more about our faculty and programs.