M.A. in Psychological Sciences

The Master’s degree program in Psychological Sciences is designed to prepare the students for an academic career by providing a basis for continued advanced studies. The program offers a specialization in Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology and Psychobiology and Learning. The program in Psychological Sciences is for two years: in the first year, the students are expected to complete all the course requirements (28 credits), and in the second year to prepare a thesis based on original research. 

Please make sure to check the MA program requirements set by the Institute for Graduate Studies in Social Sciences by clicking here.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY /PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES MA PROGRAM

   

First Semester

 

Cr

ECTS

       

PSY 501

Adv. Res. Meth. I

4

20

       

PSY 504

Research Projects in Psych I  

4

 20 

       

PSY 5xx

Elective in Area I

4

 20 

       

PSY 503

Graduate Seminar in Ethics 0   5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

Second Semester

 

 

 

       

PSY 502

Adv. Res. Meth. II

4

 20 

       

PSY505

Research Projects in Psych II 

4

 20

       

PSY 5xx

Elective in Area II

4

 20

       

PSY 5xx

Elective in Area III

4

 20

       

Third Semester

 

 

 

       

PSY 690

Thesis

 0

 60

       

Fourth Semester

 

 

 

       

PSY 690

Thesis

 0

 60

       

 

Total

28

  145

       
               

Area I, II & III courses can be any graduate course with a 5xx code from the list.

     


 

These three highlighted courses should belong to different sub-specializations and should be listed in one of the four categories listed below.

Cognitive:   PSY 520,PSY 521, PSY 524, PSY 527,PSY 528, PSY 588, PSY 589, PSY 590, PSY 591

Developmental: PSY 531, PSY 532, PSY 534, PSY 592, PSY 593, PSY 594, PSY 595

Psychobiology/Neuroscience: PSY 571, PSY 572, PSY 584,PSY 585, PSY 586, PSY 587

Social: PSY 541, PSY 542, PSY 543, PSY 545, PSY 548, PSY 596, PSY 597, PSY 598, PSY 599