Undergraduate Study with a transferrable major (psychology, nursing, social work, sociology, human development, education).
Expected to include:
- Biological bases of behavior (e.g., physiological psychology, comparative psychology, neuropsychology, psychopharmacology).
- Cognitive-affective bases of behavior (e.g., learning, sensation, perception, cognition, thinking, motivation, emotion).
- Social basis of behavior (e.g., social psychology; cultural, ethnic, and group processes; sex roles; organizational and systems theory).
- Individual behavior (e.g., personality theory, human development, individual differences, abnormal psychology).
Non-transferrable major with a transferrable minor.
Non-transferrable major or minor, with some (at least 2 courses with C grade or higher) transferrable post-secondary university courses/credits completed.
Non-transferable undergraduate degree with appropriate hours of training/certification: minimum of 1-year, post-graduate certificate (or diploma) program at a university or college.
Appropriate areas: psychology, sociology, social work, neuroscience, counseling, mental health, drug/alcohol treatment, mediation, organizational behavior/psychology, criminal justice, human resources, children/youth/families, community services, nursing/elder care.
Non-transferable undergraduate degree with a minimum of 150 hours of relevant work/volunteer experience. Applicants who may need to apply through this pathway can access the MACP relevant work/volunteer attestation form here: (see link)
Examples of acceptable relevant work/volunteer experience: crisis phone, youth behavioral support, homeless shelter, domestic violence support, drug/alcohol treatment, mediation, organizational behavior/psychology, human resources, criminal/justice, children/youth/families, community services, nursing/elder care.
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