Psychology (M.A.)

Program Requirements

Required Courses
PSYC 510Research Methods in Psychology3
PSYC 520Human Experimental Psychology4
PSYC 550Quantitative and Statistical Methods3
PSYC 578Psychological Tests and Measurements3
Specialization Courses
Biological Basis of Behavior
PSYC 573Behavioral Neuroscience3
or PSYC 583 Sensation and Perception
Learning and Cognition
PSYC 504Cognitive Psychology3
or PSYC 563 Theories of Learning
Individual Differences
PSYC 561Developmental Psychology3
or PSYC 667 Abnormal Psychology
Social
PSYC 552General Social Psychology3
Advanced Electives
PSYC 659Special Topics Seminar in Psychology3
Select one of the following (not previously completed):3
Cognitive Psychology
General Social Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Theories of Learning
Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
Organizational Psychology
Behavioral Neuroscience
Sensation and Perception
Graduate Seminar in Health Psychology
Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Research Methods in Forensic Psychology
Forensic Psychology in Criminal Proceedings
Forensic Psychology in Family Proceedings
Expert Testimony
Special Topics Seminar in Psychology
Independent Study
Abnormal Psychology
Family Systems and Childhood Disorders: A Multicultural Approach
0-3 credits of non-Psychology coursework may be taken with written permission of graduate advisor.
Thesis
PSYC 698Master's Thesis4
Submit the completed Thesis original and one copy to the Graduate Office. See Thesis Guidelines for details.
Total Credits35