Those students meeting the following eligibility requirements
will be interviewed by an admissions committee within the
Psychology Department. Notification regarding admission into the
program will be transmitted to the applicant by the Office of
Admissions. The admissions process will begin after the receipt of
final grades for the spring semester of the sophomore year.
- The student must apply for admission into the program during
the sophomore year and must have attained a 3.5 cumulative and
major index through that year.
- The student must also have completed at least 12 psychology
credits (including introductory psychology, statistics and research
methods) by the end of the sophomore year.
- The applicant must submit a statement of goals which includes a
discussion as to why he or she is interested in scientific
psychology and what research problems are of particular
- To remain in the program, the student must maintain a 3.0 major
and cumulative index beyond the sophomore year.
- Separate applications are to be submitted to the Psychology
Department and to the Graduate Division of Arts & Sciences.
These forms may be obtained from the two respective offices.