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Applied Psychology M.S. Degree Plan

(36 credit hours)

Thesis or Non-Thesis Option
Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate-level work in psychology and six additional credit hours of graduate-level work in psychology or supporting electives.

The psychology courses must include 6314 and three courses from 6303, 6311, 6332, 6341, 6342, 6347 or 6357. Thesis students must take 6699 (Thesis) or take 6399 (Thesis) twice.

Courses for the remaining 18 (Thesis) or 24 (Non-Thesis) credit hours in psychology or supporting electives are unspecified, but must be approved by the student’s graduate advisor.

  • PSY 6302 Core Concepts on Psychological Science
  • PSY 6303 Social Psychology
  • PSY 6308 Applications of Psychopathology
  • PSY 6311 Theories of Personality
  • PSY 6314 Research Methods
  • PSY 6330 Applied Economic Psychology
  • PSY 6332 Social Perception
  • PSY 6333 Applications of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • PSY 6334 Environmental Psychology
  • PSY 6335 Health and Wellness Psychology
  • PSY 6337 Forensic Psychology
  • PSY 6338 Educational Psychology
  • PSY 6339 Applications of Psychological Research
  • PSY 6340 Sport Psychology
  • PSY 6341 Advanced Learning
  • PSY 6342 Neuroscience I
  • PSY 6346 Psychology of Creativity
  • PSY 6347 Developmental Psychology
  • PSY 6355 Psychology of Human Performance
  • PSY 6357 Motivation, Emotion, and Stress
  • PSY 6361 Teaching of Psychology
  • PSY 6365 Experimental Research Development