Psychology - International Students
The Department of Psychology and Special Education offers the Master of Science and Master of Arts degrees in Psychology. These programs prepare students for careers in mental health and school settings; psychology and training in business, government, and education; or further graduate work.
The 36-hour MA and MS programs focus on courses in human cognition and research methodology, i.e. educational and experimental psychology. Most of the coursework completed for the master's degrees may be transferred to the PhD program in Educational Psychology. A thesis option for the MS and MA is available and encouraged, but not required.
Required Documents for Admission
Application Packet Submission Deadline:
The Psychology Department reviews complete application files through out the year.
International students must meet the following deadlines:
Fall admission:May 15
Spring Admission: October 1Summer Admission: Feb 15