This program aims to provide graduate students with high-level training in teaching, research, and professional practice in psychology. These objectives apply to both the non-thesis and thesis programs, however, the non-thesis program has a slightly stronger emphasis on the development of professional skills relative to research skills; whereas the thesis program has a slightly stronger emphasis on research skills compared to professional skills.

I. Program Educational Objectives
Three to five years after graduation, the Master of Science in Psychology alumni shall:

  1. Be employed as supervisors or managers in the field of psychology in clinical, educational and industrial, or organizational areas
  2. Possess globally competitive skills
  3. Demonstrate personal dignity and integrity
  4. Engage in community development or nation building

II. Student Outcomes
Upon completion of the Master of Science in Psychology program, the graduate must be able to:

  1. Apply key psychological concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in the performance of their profession
  2. Generate studies and initiatives that follow ethical guidelines and are based on strong psychological theory and methodology
  3. Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning
  4. Apply an in-depth and advanced knowledge and skills in research, evidence-based practices, and scholarly studies