Concentrations and Areas of Emphasis

At William James College, we are proud to offer academic concentrations for our students.

A student has a few options for concentration areas.

  1. Pick a program-specific concentration or area of emphasis. These are unique to each academic degree program.
  2. Choose a college-wide concentration. These are widely available to most students, depending on your program. Credits and requirements vary by your degree.
  3. Pursue both a program-specific concentration or area of emphasis and a college-wide concentration.
  4. You do not have to choose a concentration. 
Academic Program Program-Specific Concentrations or Areas of Emphasis

College-Wide Concentrations

Clinical Psychology, PsyD

Children & Families of Adversity & Resilience
Clinical Health Psychology
Forensic Psychology
Geropsychology
Neuropsychology

African & Caribbean Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
Military & Veterans Psychology

Leadership Psychology, PsyD Leading Non Profits and NGOs
Neuroscience Leadership
African & Caribbean Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
School Psychology, PsyD Children & Families of Adversity & Resilience African & Caribbean Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
Applied Behavior Analysis, MA N/A N/A
Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MA General Track
Couples & Family Therapy
Forensic & Correctional Counseling
Health & Behavioral Medicine
African & Caribbean Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
Military & Veterans Psychology
Criminal Justice & Behavioral Health, MA N/A N/A
Organizational Psychology, MA Talent Management N/A
School Psychology, MA and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) Children & Families of Adversity & Resilience African & Caribbean Mental Health
Global Mental Health
Latino Mental Health
Executive Coaching, Graduate Certificate N/A N/A
School Climate & Social Emotional Learning, Graduate Certificate N/A N/A
Psychology & Human Services, BS N/A N/A

Military & Veterans Psychology (MVP)

MVP

Leading Non-Profits and NGOs

Nick Covino and Tuesday Cooper