Department of Psychology
Chair and Professor Joe
Professors Hartman, Matthews, Roberts
Associate Professors Enloe, Hatzenbuehler
Assistant Professors Farmer, Gordon, Harris
Master of Science in Psychology (General Experimental Psychology Emphasis)
In addition to the general requirements of the Graduate School, the candidate must have:
- submitted quantitative, verbal, and GRE advanced psychology test scores.
- an undergraduate major in psychology or the equivalent.
- been recommended by a graduate admissions committee of the Psychology Department.
PSYC 546 Cognitive Process 3 cr
PSYC 627 Advanced Statistics in Psychology 3 cr
PSYC 632 Advanced Experimental Design 3 cr
PSYC 650 Thesis 6 cr
Other requirements include: 11 additional graduate credits in psychology and 6 credits in a related field approved by the student's graduate advisor.
First-year students must take PSYC 627 in the fall and PSYC 632 in the spring of their first year. Normal credit load is 9-12 hours and first year students must take a minimum of six credits a semester to maintain classified status.