Thanks to the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, graduate
students can now get their Master of Science degree in
two years fully online! IPS is offering a 36 credit-hour,
online curriculum, taken over a 2-year period.
Founded in Arlington, Virginia
in 1999, IPS offers a unique psychology curriculum based on
a Catholic understanding of the human person and the best
of modern psychology.
“We are continuing to explore other ways to
transform culture and make the practice of an integrated psychology
a prominent reality,” said the Institute’s president, Fr. Charles Sikorsky
Professor at Boston College and guest lecturer at IPS, Dr.
Peter Kreeft, said he cannot recommend IPS “too highly or
“Everything I know about this Institute makes me confident that
its graduates are destined to ‘make waves’ in our society
that will touch and heal many, many sore souls and
make a deep and lasting influence on individuals, families, our
culture, and the science of psychology,” he said.
Geared toward those
in the helping professions, the new IPS online curriculum says
its students will become “transformational leaders” in their field. They
will not only “advance professionally,” growing in “knowledge and expertise,
learning practical work skills,” but also grow in their faith
and learn to apply it in a psychology-related profession, increasing
their “capacity to serve” and “helping others to flourish and
grow in virtue.”
Visit www.ipsciences.edu to download more information
about the online degree, including IPS’s:
- Mission and identity
- A course listing of the IPS “courageously
- Online community and program format
- Admission requirements
You can also call (703) 416-1441.