The M.A. in Psychology is not a terminal degree; students are not admitted to a terminal M.A. degree in Psychology. See deadlines for Ph.D. See deadlines for admission to the Ph.D. degree in Psychology.
- Clinical Psychology
- Cognition, Neuroscience, and Social Psychology
- Industrial-Organizational Psychology
The graduate faculty of the Psychology Department is divided into three broad concentrations: Clinical, Cognition, Neuroscience, & Social Psychology, and Industrial-Organizational. Each of these areas offers Ph.D. level training in the following areas of special expertise.
Psychopathology (Mood, Anxiety, Eating, Schizophrenia and Personality), Psychological Assessment and Interventions, Health Psychology, Addictive Behaviors, Clinical Child Psychology.
Cognition, Neuroscience, & Social Psychology –
Behavioral Neuroscience, Cognition, Judgment and Decision Making, Development, Memory, Perception, Social. In addition, with faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders, the Cognitive and Neural Sciences faculty offer a specialization in Speech/Language/Hearing Sciences.
Selection, Training and Evaluation of Organization Members, Job Analysis, Motivation and Satisfaction, Occupational Health Psychology, Leadership, Career Development, Work-Family.
Methodological offerings across areas include Regression, Analysis of Variance, Psychometrics, Factor Analysis, Meta-analysis, Structural Equation Modeling.
Clinical Program accredited by the American Psychological Association, Psychological Clinical Sciences Accreditation System, and member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science.
Not a terminal MA. - Admission only through Ph.D.; see Ph.D. Requirements.
The Department of Psychology does not admit students seeking a terminal M.A. degree in Psychology. Additional information is available in the Graduate Student Handbook. (Those interested in a terminal M.A. degree may be interested in our Psychological Sciences MA Program. )