MS Psychological Science

The Psychology Graduate Program offers a 39-credit Master of Science degree in Psychological Science

The MS in Psychological Science is the College’s premier social science research program at the graduate level. Students and faculty work side-by-side conducting research with the potential to help us better understand human behavior, inform social change and have a positive impact on individual lives.

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MS in Psychological Science


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Elizabeth Hirshorn, Program Coordinator
or (845) 257-2372

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Alana Matuszewski, Director of Graduate Admission
gradadmissions@newpaltz.edu or (845) 257-3285


 

The Psychology Graduate Program offers a 39-credit Master of Science degree in Psychological Science. This research-based program exposes students to research in a variety of fields including social, cognitive, developmental and applied psychology. In addition, students learn advanced statistical and experimental and non-experimental methodological skills. The degree may serve as preparation for entry into a doctoral program or as additional training for those who plan to enter or continue work in applied areas of psychology with an emphasis on research.

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