M.S. in Psychology Faculty

Palo Alto University (PAU) is dedicated to the advancement of professional lives and social change in the fields of psychology and counseling. Our Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology program prepares students for varied career opportunities and transition to our Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology program.

Meet Our M.S. in Psychology Faculty Members

The M.S. in Psychology program at PAU is an online program led by highly qualified professors with extensive knowledge of their concentrations. More than half of the faculty are full-time instructors, and their specialized coursework is developed from a combination of their personal experience and academic work.

Our Program Director

  • Eduardo Bunge, Ph.D., is the Program Director of the Department of Psychology at PAU and serves as the primary support for students. His research encompasses the intersection of technology and mental health services with a focus on improving mental health awareness in developing countries in Latin America. He also serves as the Director of the Children and Adolescents Psychotherapy and Technology (CAPT) Research Lab.

Our Core Faculty

Core faculty consists of our full-time M.S. in Psychology department members.

Our Adjunct Faculty

Our part-time M.S. in Psychology program faculty members include adjunct and associate professors.

Take your interest a step further. Check out our upcoming M.S. in Psychology application deadlines to get started today.

 
 
 
 
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