About this course
The psychology master's degree program provides students with classroom and laboratory experience that prepares them to work in specialized research and applied fields within psychology and/or entry into clinical and experimental doctoral programs.
Master's students can pursue a general psychology track or a specialty track in either personality/social or biological/experimental psychology. Each master's track has its own recommended timetable for completion of study.
- In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants must submit a completed graduate application form, Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores for the General examination (Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytic), two letters of recommendation, and copies of all college transcripts. Admission is based on academic record, test scores, and two letters of recommendation.