Formal requirements for the M.S. degree include satisfactory completion of 48 quarter hours and maintaining at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA.
Diversity Core Courses
- One course from the following list:
Sample Psychology Elective Courses
- Choose three from the following:
With the permission of the Program Director, students may be able to substitute other graduate courses (within or outside Psychology) for the diversity and elective requirements detailed above.
In addition, program requirements include two mechanisms for demonstrating successful completion of the program: 1) a traditional Master's thesis, perhaps involving an empirical study; or 2) a research study or program evaluation “Capstone” project based upon the student's internship or employment experience. Upon completion of course work, students are required to maintain active student registration status until graduation.
All degree requirements must be successfully completed within a six year period of time.