Graduate Students and Advisers for Spring 2013

Graduate Students and Advisers for Spring 2013

The Master of Science degree program in applied psychology focuses on industrial/organizational psychology or program evaluation. A Master of Arts degree program offers a specialization in physical and mental health research, developmental, behavioral and cognitive neuroscience, social/personality or learning and cognition is available for persons who expect subsequently to pursue a Ph.D.degree.   

In addition, the Department of Psychology, jointly with the Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, offers an APA-accredited program of graduate study leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in clinical psychology with specialization in behavioral medicine, neuropsychology, or experimental psychopathology.

For more information on Psychology Graduate Programs, click here

Graduate Programs in Psychology Ranked Among Top 50 in the Nation

Prospective graduate students are encouraged to visit the Graduate Access Page, MyGAP. Using MyGAP you can create a personalized web page containing information about all SDSU graduate programs that interest you. Click on the MyGap image below to begin.
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