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Bridgewater State University
College of Graduate Studies
Maxwell Library
Bridgewater, MA
(508) 531-1300
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Tuition Costs, In State: $362.21/credit
Tuition Costs, Out of State: $362.21/credit

APA Accreditation: Yes

Financial assistance available:
Federal Unsubsidized Stafford loan

Application Deadline: April 1

Degrees and Programs Offered:
Masters of Psychology (M.A.)


Min. Undergraduate GPA (Median): 3.0
Min. Undergraduate GPA, Masters (Median): 3.0
Min. Undergraduate GPA, PhD (Median): N/A

Min. GRE, Masters: above-average
Min. GRE, Masters (Median): above-average
Min. GRE, PhD: N/A
Min. GRE, PhD (Median): N/A
Required GRE V+Q:

Classes Required:
Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree in either psychology or a closely related field.


About the University:
Founded in 1840, Bridgewater State University is steadfast in its dual mission to educate citizens to be the best they can be and to use its intellectual, scientific and technological resources to advance the economic and cultural life of the region and beyond. In 1937, building on its solid tradition of excellence, the institution launched its graduate school. Today, the College of Graduate Studies is the flagship in the state university system.

Additional Information:
The Master of Arts degree in Psychology prepares the student to sit for the examination for licensure as a mental health counselor in Massachusetts, and equips students to help individuals who may have a variety of behavioral, cognitive, and emotional challenges. It may also serve as a steppingstone to further graduate training (PhD or PsyD). Students are exposed to a range of empirically supported therapeutic methods. Experiential learning is an essential component of the program, with 15 credits of practica and internships required.