Master of Science in Psychology
The Master of Science in Psychology provides advanced, concentrated study for students wishing to prepare for additional graduate study, employment in a clinical or research setting, teaching at the community college level, or preparing for licensure.
Once admitted to degree candidacy, each student will meet with an advisor and complete a Plan of Study. Each plan of study will include at least 42 hours of classroom credit and the completion of either a thesis or a clinical internship. In addition, those students who have written a thesis will be required to defend the thesis orally before the graduate faculty. Students choosing to complete a clinical internship will be required to sit for an oral examination before the Psychology Graduate Committee. No course in which a candidate received lower than a “C” may be applied towards graduation and only 3 semester hours of coursework in which a “C” was earned may be applied.
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