Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in Expressive Arts Therapy Program (MA) Program
MSPP’s MA in Counseling Psychology in Expressive Arts Therapy program falls under the “Traditional” course delivery method. Traditional means that every course meets face-to-face and on campus, although instructors may occasionally use web-based technology to supplement an on-campus meeting if necessary. In addition, each course uses MSPP’s intranet system called “MyCampus” where students can remotely access their course syllabus, readings, documents, supplemental material, instructor comments and calendar, provided they have internet access.
The amount of educational technology used for each course in the Counseling Psychology in Expressive Arts Therapy MA program is at the discretion of the individual faculty member, and may change from semester to semester.
Due to the extensive “on-campus” requirement of this program, all students must live within commuting distance to MSPP.