To qualify for admission, a candidate must meet the general university admission requirements. In addition, the candidate must present:
- undergraduate courses in statistics and research methods and nine additional hours in psychology;
- official scores on the aptitude section of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (applicants who do not have a bachelor’s degree in psychology must also take the advanced psychology GRE test); and
- transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work.
A brief statement by the student outlining personal goals and academic objectives and three letters of reference (at least two of which are from former college or university teachers) are requested. All credentials in support of applications should be sent to the Office of Admissions.
- Research Fundamentals
- Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design
- and Regressional and Correlational Design
- Human Cognition
- Sensation and Perception
- Developmental Psychology
- Advanced Social Psychology