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Explore Our Liberal Arts Degree Programs

 Join us for an interactive Open House session on Zoom

You will be able to learn more about the program and ask questions with the program director.

Virtual Open House
Clinical Psychology

Master’s Graduate Program

For questions about the program or information session, contact Kristen Abraham, Ph.D., abrahakm@udmercy.edu

Jan. 28 from 12 (Noon) -1 p.m.

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Virtual Open House
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Graduate Program

For questions about the program or information session, contact Kathleen Zimmerman-Oster, Ph.D., i-o-psychology@udmercy.edu

Jan. 28 from 6-7 p.m.

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Virtual Open House
Bachelor of Social Work

For Transfer Students

For questions about the program or information session, contact Janet Joiner, Ph.D., LMSW., joinerjm@udmercy.edu

Feb. 9 from 5-6:30 p.m.

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Go Live! Academic Sessions

Meet faculty and current students virtually through our Go Live! Academic Sessions. During these live sessions, you will be able to ask questions and get answers in real time from the comfort of your own home. Register for your program of interest below.

CYBERSECURITY
January 25 at 5:00 p.m. ET
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PSYCHOLOGY
January 25 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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ENGLISH
January 26 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
January 26 at 7:00 p.m. ET
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SOCIAL WORK
January 27 at 5:00 p.m. ET
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HISTORY
January 27 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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THEATRE
February 1 at 5:00 p.m. ET
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RELIGIOUS STUDIES
February 1 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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ECONOMICS & FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
February 2 at 5 p.m. ET
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE & STUDY ABROAD
February 2 at 6:00 p.m. ET
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COMMUNICATION STUDIES
February 3 at 7 p.m. ET
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POLITICAL SCIENCE & PRE-LAW
February 4 at 5 p.m. ET
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    Undergraduate Programs

    Addiction Studies

    • Bachelor of Science with a major in Addiction Studies
    • Minor - Addiction Studies
    • Post-Bachelor's Degree Certificate

    African American Studies

    • Minor - African American Studies

    Communication Studies

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Communication Studies
    • Minor - Multimedia Journalism
    • Minor - Sports Communication

    Criminal Justice

    • Bachelor of Science with a major in Criminal Justice
    • Bachelor of Science (major: criminal justice) TO Master of Arts (major: criminal justice)
    • Bachelor of Science (major: criminal justice) TO Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis

    Cybersecurity

    • Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems with a major in cybersecurity
    • Minor - Cybersecurity
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems (major: cybersecurity) TO Master of Science in Information Assurance (cybersecurity)
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems (major: cybersecurity) TO Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis

    Economics

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Economics
    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Financial Economics
    • Minor - Economics
    • Minor - Financial Economics
    • Bachelor of Arts (major: economics) TO Master of Arts in Economics
    • Bachelor of Arts (major: financial economics) TO Master of Arts in Financial Economics

    Education 

    • Note: Not accepting new enrollments.

    English

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in English
      • Concentration - Creative Writing
      • Concentration - Literature
      • Concentration - Professional Writing
    • Minor - Creative Writing
    • Minor - Literature
    • Minor - Professional Writing

    History

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in History
    • Minor - History
    • Minor - Museum Studies

    Language and Cultural Training Program

    •  Foreign Language Studies

    Philosophy

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Philosophy
    • Minor - Philosophy

    Political Science

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Political Science
    • Minor - Political Science
    • Certificate - Legal Studies
    • Pre-Law Program

    Psychology

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology
    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Developmental Psychology
    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
    • Minor - Psychology
    • Minor - Developmental Psychology
    • Bachelor of Arts (major: i/o psychology) TO Master of Arts (major: i/o psychology)

    Religious Studies

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Religious Studies
    • Minor - Religious Studies
    • Minor - Islamic Studies

    Social Work

    • Bachelor of Social Work - Virtual Open House, Feb. 9, 5-6:30 p.m. Register now

    Theatre

    • Bachelor of Arts with a major in Theatre
    • Minor - Theatre
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    Accelerated 5-Year Bachelor's to Master's Programs

    University of Detroit Mercy's College of Liberal Arts & Education offers several programs that allow you to save time and tuition by earning a bachelor's degree and a master's degree within five years. This accelerates your schedule and completes both programs within five years which culminates in huge savings!

    Accelerated 5-Year programs

    Cybersecurity

    • Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems (major: cybersecurity) TO Master of Science in Information Assurance (cybersecurity)
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer & Information Systems (major: cybersecurity) TO Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis

    Criminal Justice

    • Bachelor of Science (major: criminal justice) TO Master of Arts (major: criminal justice)
    • Bachelor of Science (major: criminal justice) TO Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis

    Economics

    • Bachelor of Arts (major: economics) TO Master of Arts in Economics
    • Bachelor of Arts (major: financial economics) TO Master of Arts in Financial Economics

    Industrial/Organizational Psychology

    • Bachelor of Arts (major: i/o psychology) TO Master of Arts (major: i/o psychology)

     

    Accelerated 6-Year Law Scholars Program (3+3)

    Detroit Mercy’s Accelerated 6-Year Law Scholars Program (3+3) allows you to pursue the passion of your undergraduate approved major and deepen your interest in law.

    Approved Majors

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    Graduate Programs

    Addiction Studies

    • Post-Master's Degree Certificate

    Applied Data Analytics

    • Master of Science in Applied Data Analytics

    Computers & Cybersecurity

    • Master of Science in Information Assurance (major: cybersecurity)
    • Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems (major: software management)
    • Dual Degree: Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Computer & Information Systems

    Counseling

    • Master of Arts with a major in Addiction Counseling
    • Master of Arts with a major in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
    • Master of Arts with a major in School Counseling (for non-teachers) - School Counselor License
    • Master of Arts with a major in School Counseling (for teachers) - School Counselor Endorsement
    • Non-Degree Program: Post-Graduate School Counselor License
    • Non-Degree Program: Post-Graduate School Counselor Endorsement

    Criminal Justice

    • Master of Arts with a major in Criminal Justice
    • Master of Science in Intelligence Analysis

    Economics

    Education

    • Note: Not accepting new enrollments

    Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

    • Individualized Programs

    Psychology

    Religious Studies

    • Master of Arts with a major in Religious Studies
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    Online Graduate Programs

 

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Learning, Serving and Strengthening Our Community

Psychology Clinic

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The Psychology Clinic is a teaching clinic, for doctoral students of clinical psychology. The clinic provides counseling, testing and assessment services including:

  • Individual and couples therapy
  • Emotional issues such as anger and grief
  • Assessment for learning problems and gifted children
  • Sorting through sources of stress
Service fees are on a sliding scale.

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Counseling Clinic

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The Counseling Clinic is a teaching clinic, primarily for second-year counseling students. The clinic specializes in a wide variety of clinical issues for children and adults, such as:

  • Grief and loss
  • Anger/emotion management
  • Decision making
  • Life transitions/family issues
Services are available at no cost.

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