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Graduate Studies In Psychology

Social-Personality Psychology: Program Requirements

Master of Science

In each of the two academic years, students normally take two courses from PSYC-846*, PSYC-942*, PSYC-943*, PSYC-944*, PSYC-945*, PSYC-946*, PSYC-947*, PSYC-948*, PSYC-979*, PSYC-980*, PSYC-981*, and PSYC-982* selected in consultation with the student's supervisor and the Program Chair. In the second year of the program, students also take either PSYC-940* or PSYC-941*.

Doctor of Philosophy

Ph.D. students take either PSYC-940* or PSYC-941* (normally in the first year of the program); one course from PSYC-846*, PSYC-942*, PSYC-943*, PSYC-944*, PSYC-945*, PSYC-946*, PSYC-947*, PSYC-948*, PSYC-979*, PSYC-980*, PSYC-981*, and PSYC-982*; and two additional courses either from the list or selected in consultation with the student's supervisor and the Program Chair.

Social-Personality Ph.D. students who do not have a Master's degree in Social Psychology take either PSYC-940* or PSYC-941* (normally in the first year of the program) and three courses from PSYC-846*, PSYC-942*, PSYC-943*, PSYC-944*, PSYC-945*, PSYC-946*, PSYC-947*, PSYC-948*, PSYC-979*, PSYC-980*, PSYC-981*, and PSYC-982*.