The Master of Arts in psychology is a continuous, full-time program of study that leads to the Ph.D. You will develop your theoretical knowledge of both basic and applied psychology while you develop the research skills needed to become service practitioners or applied researchers.
Program-Specific Admission Information and Requirements
Affiliated College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Degree(s) Offered: M.A. in Psychology
Area(s) of Emphasis:
- Clinical Psychology
- Cognitive and Instructional Psychology
- Developmental Psychology
- Neuroscience and Behavior
- School Psychology
- Social-Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Program Requires GRE: Yes
Letters of Recommendation: 3
Applications are accepted for fall admission only. All application materials must be received by the appropriate deadline below to ensure priority consideration.
|Internationals Living Abroad||Applicants Residing in the U.S.|
|Clinical Psychology||December 1||December 1|
|School Psychology||December 1||December 1|
|Social and Industrial/Organizational Psychology||January 15||January 15|
|Cognitive/Instructional Psychology||February 1||February 1|
|Developmental Psychology||February 1||February 1|
|Neurosciences and Behavior||January 15||January 15|
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