Minnesota Masters in Psychology

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A master's degree in psychology prepares individuals for the jobs of the future, careers that are projected to grow faster than all others, and careers that offer the best opportunities for expanding opportunities.

The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that almost all employment growth between 2006 and 2016 will occur in the service-providing sector, accounting for 75% of all jobs.

A master's degree gives individuals the necessary background for these service-related jobs, jobs that combine theory with practical knowledge, a type of knowledge needed for helping individuals solve a range of problems and issues. Many of these issues center around mental health and behavioral problems, cognitive-impairment issues, issues of aging, alcohol and substance abuse, vocational counseling, and mind-body health issues.

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) projects Minnesota's counseling jobs to grow by 33.3%, And they also forecast other careers requiring a master's degree in psychology to grow by similarly high rates.

Both the public and private sectors in Minnesota hire and provide job advancement opportunities for those with master's degrees, offering careers in community mental health centers, social agencies, nonprofit organizations, correctional institutions, halfway houses, group homes, hospitals, and other health-care facilities.

To receive free, no obligation information on master's degree programs in psychology in Minnesota, simply contact the schools listed below.

Master's Degrees & Programs
Note: This list contains online and campus schools that accept students from Minnesota - Master's in Psychology.
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