ARCHIVED 2008-2009 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Jan 19, 2021  
ARCHIVED 2008-2009 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Psychology


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Graduate students seeking the M.A. degree in psychology may choose between two degree programs, the M.A. in School Psychology and the M.A. in Psychology (with options in clinical and general-experimental psychology.)

The school psychology program requires the completion of 71 semester hours including: PSY 621, 624 or 625, 648, 651,652, 661, 663, 664, 673, 674, 675, 678, 683, 684, 686 (7 credit hours), 697, 699 (6 credit hours); COUN 620 and 645.  Successful completion of the program and requirements related to licensure will lead to recommendation for Level II licensure.

The clinical psychology track requires the completion of 49 semster hours including: PSY 548, 650, 651, 652, 661, 662, 671, 672, 675, 680 (6 credit hours), 699 (6 credit hours) and 9 hours of electives approved by the program director.

The experimental psychology track requires the completion of 48 semester hours including: PSY 651, 652, 610, 680 (6 hours), 699 (6 hours). An additional 27 elective hours approved by the program director will be selected from a general category (15 hours minimum) including PSY 525, 530, 540, 541, 544, 548, 555, 570, 574, 621, 624, 625, 650, 671, 675, 677, 678, 679, 693, EDCI 711 or additional courses approved by the program director; and an interdisciplinary/applied category (12 hours maximum) including HR 605, 610, 615, MGT 605, 608, 609, MKT 601, 602, 603.

 

Electives Hours:12


COUN 620 or PSY 677 (3 hours)


General Experimental Psychology Hours:48


The general-experimental psychology option requires the completion of 48 semester hours including:

Comprehensive Requirement


Degree candidates must complete a comprehensive requirement which consists of an approved thesis prospectus and successful performance on an oral examination given by a committee of at least three faculty members.

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