MS in Experimental Psychology provides enhanced training in psychology-based statistics and research methods, which are necessary skills for Ph.D. programs and are in demand by potential employers. The program also provides the base in core fields of psychology along with the freedom of elective classes to allow students to pursue their own interests in the field. All students, whether online or on campus, students will receive that specialized attention expected with an on campus program and often missing from traditional online classes.
Note(s): This program is also offered online.
This degree does not qualify a student for any licensing certificate in the State of Alabama. Out-of-state students should check carefully the certification requirements of their respective states. To be admitted to this program, the prospective student must meet all requirements for admission to the School of Graduate Studies and the Master of Science in Experimental Psychology program.
Achievement of the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the degree program. The admissions committee will review the application packets based on minimum requirements and capacity of the faculty members in the program.
This program is also offered online. Core Curriculum and Theory courses will be offered synchronously using Blackboard Collaborate beginning in the Fall 1 or Spring 1 terms, and will last the full sixteen week duration.
Applications are due April 1 for fall admission, and July 15 for spring admission.