The Master of Arts in General Psychology (MAGP) is broad-based and research–oriented.. This program supplies the critical skills and knowledge for educational and occupational advancement in psychology. The program centers around a core curriculum of statistics, research design, substantive areas of psychology, and a research-based thesis.Students tailor their sequence of courses and research to
The MAGP program consists of 39 credit hours of course work, including a minimum of three hours of supervised research and six thesis hours. Most students complete the program in two academic years.
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Review of applications will begin in February. Admissions to the MAGP program will commence March 1 and will continue on a rolling basis until June 1. Early application is encouraged as space in the program is limited. The applicant’s completed application folder must include: transcripts, resume/vita and personal statement, Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores, and letters of recommendation. Send all application materials directly to the UNF Graduate School, NOT to the Department of Psychology.
In addition to the University requirements for graduate admission, an applicant to the MAGP program must:
Applicants not selected for admission can send a written request to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences to review their qualifications. The request must contain additional information. The Dean must receive the request prior to the beginning of the term for which the student applied.
To begin the application process, contact the UNF Graduate School at (904) 620-1360 and request an MAGP program information package . Direct follow-up questions to the Psychology Office at (904) 620-2807 or to the program director Lori Lange, Ph.D. - MAGP Director.
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