the Master of Arts in General Psychology (MAGP) program. Beginning any new
endeavor may be daunting at times, and the start of your graduate education is
no exception. It is our hope that this handbook and the orientation process
will help guide you through the exciting challenges that lie ahead.
serves as a supplement to the UNF Graduate School Student Handbook and graduate
catalog. Please keep in mind that university policies change and it is
important that you continue to keep yourself informed of any changes during
your tenure at UNF by reviewing updated information at http://www.unf.edu/graduateschool/. It is also possible that some
departmental policies and university policies may not coincide perfectly. The
university provides minimum standards, which may be exceeded by departmental
standards. Therefore, the more rigorous of any conflicting policies should guide
your decisions and judgments in the MAGP program.
student handbook contains important information you need to succeed in the
program, but the manual is only helpful if you carefully review the content.
So please take the opportunity to read the manual and note any questions
or concerns you may have.
and staff of the Department of Psychology program are eager to help you. Please
do not hesitate to contact the Program Director or Graduate Secretary if you
need additional clarification or support. Again, welcome to the MAGP program.
Packiam Alloway, Ph.D.
Director, MAGP program
Dr. Lori Lange
Dr. Tracy Alloway
Director of the MAGP Program
For a complete listing of departmental faculty and advisors, click here.
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