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Psychology Graduate Program



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Psychology Department

Graduate Courses > Psychology

PSY590 Thesis in Psychology (3-6) Every Semester

Students carry out a research project under the supervision of a faculty advisor and two readers. Students can opt to do a literature review (3 credits) or an empirical project (up to 6 credits). All empirical projects must conform to IRB guidelines for scientific integrity and ethical treatment of participants. The required form is available from Records and Registration.


  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Psychology (208), School Counseling (295), Mental Health Counseling (290)

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