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Psychology Master's Programs

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Psychology programs at the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) offer extensive practicum experience through a variety of organizations and agencies in local communities. Our courses are based on the scholar-practitioner model and are taught by professionals currently working in their areas of expertise.


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Our Psychology Programs

Our psychology master's degrees are designed to prepare graduates for careers in marriage and family therapy, clinical psychology, applied behavior analysis, and more. Pepperdine GSEP currently offers graduate psychology degrees through the following programs -- both online and onground:



Continuing Education Workshops

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GSEP contributes to the profession of psychology through continuing education programs. Participants advance their skills in specialized areas of study and clinical training.



The GSEP Experience

Pepperdine GSEP Faculty and Staff Interview Series: Dr. Erlanger Turner

Dr. Robert deMayo, Associate Dean of Psychology, interviews Psychology Professor, Dr. Erlanger Turner. Learn more about Dr. Turner, his interests, research, relevant work experiences, and his personal journey on joining the Pepperdine GSEP family.

Scholarly Activity

Graduate psychology courses at the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology are taught by professional faculty who are currently and actively involved in their field both inside and outside the classroom. Meet the GSEP psychology faculty >>