MA Psychology deals with a broad understanding of psychological theories and research, suitable for academic and research roles. On the other hand, MA Applied Psychology focuses on practical applications, equipping graduates to work directly with individuals or groups in various settings such as clinical, counseling, or organizational contexts. Applied Psychology emphasizes hands-on training and intervention strategies to address real-world issues effectively.

With a Master’s in Applied Psychology, you can pursue careers as a clinical psychologist, counselor, industrial-organizational psychologist, health psychologist, forensic psychologist, researcher, human resources specialist, or community psychologist.