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Overview

The Department of Psychology offers two graduate programs, the M.S. in Experimental Psychology and the M.S. in School Psychology. Advanced Certificates in Engineering Psychology and School Psychology are also available.

The Experimental Psychology program comprises two tracks, one specific to Engineering Psychology and the other a general graduate degree. The former provides students with courses and experience in Human Factors and Engineering Psychology and requires coursework in Psychology, Industrial Engineering and Information Sciences. This interdisciplinary program includes a thesis requirement and optional co-op.  The general track is suitable for students who want to examine topics in experimental psychology and/or who may be interested in pursuing a Ph.D. degree elsewhere. A thesis is required for this track. Read More...

The School Psychology program is certified by the National Association of School Psychologists, and comprises 2 years of coursework followed by a year of required internship. School Psychology graduate students have a series of practica during their first two years to complement in class instruction. Read More...