Psychology Master of Arts
Fulfill admission requirements of the Graduate School and the following departmental requirements:
- psychology major or the equivalent of a minimal undergraduate psychology minor including a general or introductory course, statistics course, and experimental psychology course;
- GPA of 3.00 in psychology courses;
- Graduate Record Examination Aptitude Test;
- three letters of recommendation.
Application materials must be received by January 15.
- completion of graduate psychology courses, including the M.A. core courses or equivalents, specialty area required courses, and electives as specified in the department's graduate student manual;
- a student is required to maintain at least a 3.0 grade-point average in M.A. content courses as well as overall.
- refer to the Department of Psychology Graduate Student Manual for additional guidelines;
- complete and fulfill general master’s degree requirements of the Graduate School.
Completion of a minimum number of credits of graduate work, including thesis, as follows: Industrial/Organizational program, 39 credits.
Completion of coursework and examinations (no thesis required), with a minimum number of credits of graduate work for each program as follows: Applied Development and Aging program, 37 credits and Industrial/Organizational program, 41 credits. A terminal M.A. Degree in Counseling is not available.