In addition to the general requirements for admission to Graduate School, applicants for admission to the Master of Arts in Psychology program must meet the following requirements:
Three hours of statistics plus a minimum of 18 hours in psychology, including 3 hours in each of the following: Experimental Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Social Psychology.
An acceptable GRE score, which is determined by the following formula: Undergraduate Grade Point Average (GPA) x 150 + GRE (Verbal + Quantitative) score must equal a minimum of 1400.
The above are considered as minimum requirements. In addition, students must be accepted by the Departmental Admissions and Retention Committee, which will make its determination subsequent to the student’s completion of 12 hours or the first semester of graduate work. Students are considered to be working on the Master of Arts degree in Psychology only after being accepted by the Committee and being admitted to candidacy.