In addition to the Graduate School Admission Requirements, a B average calculated for the last two years overall is required. A personal interview may be requested. Three recommendations from former instructors who are in a position to judge the applicant’s aptitude for graduate study are also required.
Graduate students seeking the M.A. degree in Psychology have two concentrations to choose from: Clinical and General Experimental. The clinical psychology track requires the completion of 53 semester hours, and the experimental psychology track requires the completion of 37 semester hours.
Clinical Psychology Concentration: 53 hours
The clinical psychology concentration requires the completion of:
(Electives must be approved be the program director.)
Degree candidates for both concentrations 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.