Graduate Studies in Psychology

 

When selecting a graduate program in psychology, choose from three distinct programs:

Master of Science in Clinical ­Psychology Take coursework in the areas of assessment, psychological interventions, research methodology, thesis and supervised practicum/internship experiences. After graduation, you will be prepared for licensure as a master’s level psychologist and for doctoral study.

Learn more about the Master of Science in Clinical Psychology, including the program of study, admissions requirements and internship/practicum experiences.

Master of Science in Experimental Psychology This program offers you maximum flexibility in terms of breadth and depth of courses offered.  The Experimental Psychology emphasis can be used as a stepping stone to a more specialized PhD program, to pursue a teaching career at the community college level, or for a variety of other purposes.

Learn more about the Master of Science in Experimental Psychology, including the program of study, admissions requirements and internship/practicum experiences.

Master of Science in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Teaching of Psychology

The goal of the program is to provide both content knowledge and skills to teach a variety of community college courses.  This program, available through the virtual college, would be valuable for people who want to teach at community colleges or high schools, people currently teaching but need to expand their teaching repertoire to include psychology, or people who wish to transition from an applied field to adjunct teaching.

Learn more about the Master of Science in General Psychology, including the program of study, admissions requirements and apprenticeship experience

Master of Science and Education Specialist in School Psychology This dual degree program has a long history of preparing students to become licensed school psychologists, and you can complete it in two full years of study on-campus, or part-time through the Virtual College.  Students who have already earned a Master’s degree in a related profession can move directly into the Ed.S. degree program.

Learn more about the Master of Science/Education Specialist in School Psychology, including the program of study, admissions requirements and internship/practicum experiences.

For resources and information about applying to a Psychology Graduate Program, visit the Psychology Student Resources Page for Links to the Graduate School.