M.A. Program Requirements

Co-Concentration in Basic and Applied Social Psychology & Evaluation (48 units)

Social Psychology Core Courses (12 units)

Psych 318: Overview of Social Psychology (4 units)

8 additional units of Social Psychology, chosen from the following:
Psych 320: Attitudes and Social Influence (4 units)
Psych 322: Interpersonal Processes (4 units)
Psych 323: Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (4 units)

Social Psychology & Related Electives (12 units)

Students are required to take an additional 12 units of Social Psychology or related coursework, following an approved plan of study.  To see a list of other courses which are typically offered in the Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences, click on the link.  Students are often encouraged to take elective courses in the School of Educational Studies, the Drucker-Ito School of Management, the Division of Politics and Economics, the School of Information Systems and Technology, the School of Arts and Humanities, the School of Mathematical Sciences, or the School of Religion.

Applied Research & Evaluation Methodology (24 units)

Psych 302a: Research Methods (4 units)
Psych 308a: Intermediate Statistics (2 units)
Psych 308b: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) (2 units)
Psych 308c: Applied Multiple Regression (2 units)
Psych 308d: Categorical Data Analysis (2 units)
Psych 315b: Foundations of Evaluation (2 units)
Psych 315z: Comparative Evaluation Theory (4 units)
Psych 354b: Evaluation Procedures (4 units)
Evaluation Elective course (2 units)