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Graduate Programs in Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education

Type of degree Country
Combined M.A./Ph.D.
University of British Columbia Canada
Dual degrees
Dual degree in Anthropology and Psychology
University of Michigan, Departments of Anthropology and Psychology United States
Ed.M./M.A. and Ph.D.
Counseling psychology with emphasis on multicultural counseling.
Washington State University, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology United States
Interdisciplinary, non-degree program
UCLA Program for Psychocultural studies, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Social Psychiatry, Center for the Health Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles United States
M. S.
Counselor education with a concentration in multicultural counseling
Syracuse University, School of Education United States
M. S., M. A.
Mental health counseling with emphasis on cross-cultural counseling
Western Washington University, Department of Psychology United States
Intercultural communication
University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education United States
McGill University, Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry Canada
Industrial-organizational psychology and organizational behavior
California School of Professional Psychology United States
Global-MINDS - A joint master programme in Social & Cultural Psychology
ISCTE-IUL (Portugal), University of Limerick (Ireland), University of Oslo (Norway), SWPS (Poland), Koç University (Turkey) Portugal, Ireland, Norway, Poland, and Turkey


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