The Master of Arts in Psychology program at the University of Cincinnati includes:
- Multiple options for electives that allow you to customize the program
- The Master’s Thesis option for the Capstone allows you to design and execute independent research
- The Master’s Non-Thesis option for the Capstone allows you to apply classroom learning to professional experience
- Strong mentorship through formal and informal faculty advising
- Organizational Consulting
- Organization Development and Planning
- I./O Psychology
- Human Resources (e.g, Staffing, Recruitment)
- Workforce (HR) Analytics
- Non-profit Management
- Training and Employee Development
- Community Outreach Associate
- Health Educator
- Scientific and Technical Writing
- Policy Advocate
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Community Psychology
- Graduate Statistics
- Social and Personality Psychology across the Lifespan
- Program Assessment and Policy Analysis
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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- A personal statement that describes why you want to pursue the MAP degree and anything else that you wish to call to the attention of the MAP Program Admission Committee;
- Two (2) letters of recommendation from individuals who know you professionally or academically. At least one letter should be written by a faculty member who can speak to your academic qualifications and readiness for graduate work.
- Transcripts of all current (and previous) college or university grades. Note: for the application, you may upload unofficial transcripts; however, if admitted to the MAP program you will be asked to submit official transcripts to the program office.
- Your current resume or CV.
International12790 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 6395 USD per semester and a duration of 12 months.
National12790 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 6395 USD per semester and a duration of 12 months.
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