Master of Science in Psychology

The School of Psychology does not accept students seeking a terminal master's degree in Psychology. The Master of Science in Psychology prepares the student for the continuation of graduate work toward the Ph.D. and/or for employment in business, industry, government, or education.

PSYC: Graduate Information

Course Requirements
PSYC 6000Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)1
PSYC 6018Principles of Research Design3
PSYC 6019Statistical Analysis of Psychological Data I5
PSYC 6020Statistical Analysis of Psychological Data II5
PSYC 6XXX-level or higher electives 16
Master Thesis Requirement
PSYC 7000Master's Thesis10
Total Credit Hours30

All courses must be completed with a grade of 'B' or higher


PSYC 7101 and PSYC 7102 are required elective courses for Engineering Psychology students