The Infant and Child Development Lab at San Diego State University will be accepting new Masters students for the term beginning in Fall, 2020.
Our M.A. Program in Psychology is a research-oriented program designed to prepare students so they are competitive for Ph.D. programs. Students who do not continue onto Ph.D. programs gain experience that prepares them for a number of research jobs in research, medical, and academic settings. In our program, students take classes and conduct research in one of the following exciting areas: Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Physical and/or Mental Health, and Social Psychology.
For more detailed information on M.A. our program: www.psychology.sdsu.edu/graduate/current-ma-students/ma-program-info/ For information on faculty research programs: www.psychology.sdsu.edu/people/faculty-by-research-area/
Our M.S. Program in Applied Psychology is a research-oriented program that prepares students for jobs that require the application of psychological knowledge. This program includes a track in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and a track in Quantitative Methods (Quantitative Methods will be replacing the ‘Program Evaluation’ track). This degree enables students to work in corporations, consulting firms, and research labs, and it also can prepare a student for entry into a Ph.D. program. To earn their degrees, students take classes, work in a research lab, complete a required research thesis, and complete 300 hours in an approved internship.
For more detailed information on our M.S. program: www.psychology.sdsu.edu/graduate/current-ms-students/ms-program-info/ For information on faculty research programs: www.psychology.sdsu.edu/graduate/current-ms-students/faculty-and-research-opportunities/