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Fort Hays State University
600 Allan Park Street
Martin Allen Hall 102
Phone: 785-628-4405
vlherrman@fhsu.edu
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Graduate Psychology Programs

Whether you want to pursue a career in research, teach at the high school or college level, or work as a practicing clinician, the Department of Psychology has a graduate program to help you realize your career goals.

Below is a video overview of our programs. Below that is a list of our graduate programs. Follow the links within the descriptions to explore more information about each program, such as course requirements, application procedure, and career outlooks.

 

Master of Science in Clinical Psychology

On-campus only
Prepares student for licensure as a master’s level psychologist and for doctoral study.

Master of Science in Experimental Psychology

On-campus only
Prepares students for more specialized PhD programs or to pursue teaching careers at the community college level.

Master of Science in School Psychology

On-campus only
Prepares student for eligibility to sit for licensure as a school psychologist in Kansas and other states.

Education Specialist in School Psychology

On-campus (also available online; see below)
Prepares student for eligibility to sit for licensure as a school psychologist in Kansas and other states.
Requires master’s degree in an associated profession.

Master of Science in School Psychology

Online (via FHSU Virtual College)
Prepares student for eligibility to sit for licensure as a school psychologist in Kansas and other states. GetEducated.com recently named this program a “Best Buy.”


Master of Science in General Psychology, Teaching Community College emphasis

Online (via FHSU Virtual College)

Education Specialist in School Psychology

Online (via FHSU Virtual College)
Prepares student for eligibility to sit for licensure as a school psychologist in Kansas and other states.
Requires master’s degree in an associated profession.

 

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