Community Service

Professionals who work for community-based services and programs provide personal, social, physical, and emotional support to disadvantaged groups and communities. They may work for community outreach organizations, at schools, in government agencies, or at health clinics coordinating care, providing support, and connecting people to the services they need.

What Is Community Psychology?

Community psychology integrates social, cultural, economic, political, environmental, and international influences to create positive change both at the individual and communal levels. People who work in community services are often interested in pursuing a career in community psychology because of its holistic approach to improving not just an individual’s quality of life, but also improving their environment as a whole.

The online Master of Arts in Psychology program at Pepperdine University has a robust curriculum that empowers you with the in-depth knowledge and skill set needed for a rewarding career in community psychology. Course work will prepare you to understand the intricacies of human well-being as it relates to communities, organizations, and society.

Relevant Courses

Considering a Career in Psychology?

Request information about the online Master of Arts in Psychology program at Pepperdine University today to learn how it will prepare you for work in the field.