University of Louisiana At Monroe
College of Education and Human Development
The General Experimental Psychology track for the Masters of Science in Psychology is a 36 credit hour program designed to make students more competitive for doctoral programs and/or interdisciplinary research-based employment opportunities. In addition to nine hours addressing intelligence measurement, quantitative methods, and research design, students are required to complete: social cognition, theories of learning or cognition, behavior modification, neuropsychology, and a six-hour thesis. Residual hours are electives, although students are strongly encouraged to consider using these hours for interdisciplinary research with one or more professors. Research projects including thesis studies are collaborative efforts driven by student interest and faculty expertise. These empirical investigations cover a broad range of topics in behavioral science.
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Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999