The deadline for Spring 2015 admissions is 11/1/15. However, applications will be considered on a rolling basis until all program spots are filled.
Graduate studies open doors to careers in research, counseling, and human resources
A graduate degree in psychology presents many research and professional opportunities for you. Our well-regarded research and faculty will prepare you for a future in basic or applied research, with a view to doctoral training, a career in clinical and counseling practice, or personnel and human resources. No matter what area you decide to concentrate in, by the time you earn your advanced degree you will have a thorough grounding in your expertise, useful contacts and important work experience. Learn more about our four specialized masters degrees in:
- Experimental Psychology
- Industrial Organization — Human Relations
- Industrial Organizational — Organizational Behavior
- Mental Health Counseling
Scholarships and Awards
Graduate student applications for scholarships and awards are due March 11, 2015.
- Download Scholarship and Award 2015 Application (for master's students)
Department Chairperson: R. Glen Hass
Location: 5401 James Hall