Study the human mind, brain and behavior with a focus in career preparation.
Our programs offer graduate training leading to a Ph.D. degree. You will be able to explore individual interests within the broad areas of psychology.
This graduate certificate is intended to prepare mental health professionals to serve their communities in preparing for, responding to and recovering from disaster, terrorist attacks and public health emergencies.
The M.A. in Psychology is not offered as a terminal degree. It is earned in the process of completing the Ph.D. degree requirements in the Clinical and Human Factors specializations. The exception to this is the M.A. earned as part of the joint J.D./M.A. program and the M.A. (Plan B) and Accelerated B.A. or B.S./M.A. - only in the Human Factors specialization.
The program is designed to provide a strong theoretical base that can be readily applied to various working environments and to prepare students for careers in business, industry and government. Students can choose to specialize in Human Factors or Clinical Psychology.
For more detailed admission requirements, please refer to Psychology in the current graduate catalog. Additional requirements exist for international applicants. For more information, visit International Admission Requirements.
Fall 2020 Applicants: If deficient in foundational coursework please notify Graduate Admissions of your plan to take the courses before matriculation or to take the GRE Psychology Subject test along with your application by Dec. 15. For more information, visit GRE Subject Test.
Clinical Psychology: December 15
Human Factors: February 15
has won the Henry P. David Research Grant for her dissertation research.
Jill Morris and Christine Tirabassi are recipients of the Society for Community Research and Action mini grant.
received the 2015 Outstanding Student Chapter Silver Award.