The Master of Arts degree program is oriented toward providing an understanding and appreciation of the scientific basis of behavior. The focus of the program is general-experimental with coursework available in applied experimental, biological, cognitive, developmental, human factors, industrial/organizational, and social psychology.
This program is directed primarily toward the student whose goal is the continuation of scholarly study, research, and writing. Our program is also appropriate for students who want to apply their skills and knowledge for use in the business workplace, particularly through the Industrial/ Organizational specialization. This program is not designed to qualify students for licensure, private practice, or for providing therapeutic psychological services without further advanced education.
Call 256-824-6191 or come by Morton Hall Rm. 335 (M-F 8:30 - 5:00) or email your advisor.