In Master of Science in Clinical Psychology program, students learn a wide range of contemporary, evidence-based approaches to assessment and intervention (e.g., acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive-behavioral, family/systems, and psychodynamic).
The electrical engineering profession makes possible a number of products, systems, and services that support and enhance the modern world that we live in. Areas of growth include telecommunications, computers and computer networks, control, microelectronics, power generation and distribution, photonics, medical imaging, and microsensors. The electrical engineering program at Widener offers a foundation in physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering fundamentals.
The biomedical engineering major explores a rapidly growing field that combines engineering and medical technology and requires an understanding of complex living systems to find ways to improve the quality of human life.