Spring Semester 2015
|1/26||First Day of Instruction|
|2/6||Last Day to Drop Classes without a "W"|
|2/13||Graduation Applications are due in the Department|
|2/20||Last Day to Add by Exception w/ Permit Number|
|3/20||Last Day to Request CR/NC Grading Option|
|3/23-27||Spring Recess 2015; No Classes|
|3/31||Cesar Chavez Day; No Classes; Offices Closed|
|4/24||Last Day to Withdraw From Class for Serious or Compelling Reasons|
|5/15||Last Day of Classes|
|5/23||Spring 2015 Commencement|
Master of Arts/ Masters of Science
The Psychology Department presently offers two master's degree programs, each with three unique concentrations. The Master of Arts in Psychology program has concentrations in Developmental; Mind, Brain, Behavior; and Social Psychology. The Master of Science in Psychology program has concentrations in Clinical, School, and Industrial/Organizational Psychology. All of these concentrations have been designed to meet specific academic needs and to qualify students for further study and/or vocational goals.
For more information, please visit the Graduate Programs Application.
The Core requirements consist of PSY 200, 303, 305GWAR, 371, 400 and 690. Students must earn a grade of C or better in all Core courses. CR, must be earned in 303 and 690. Courses 200, 305, 371 and 400 must be taken for a letter grade.
There are three basic areas in which students must complete 6 units apiece, for a total of 18 units. Additionally, students must complete 9 units from upper division Psychology electives or from any basic areas.
Students that need to fulfill the Mandatory Advising Requirement must complete the following:
- Print the Psychology Mandatory Advising from the website. Mandatory Advising Form (PDF)
- Meet with a faculty advisor during their office hours. Find an advisor on the psychology information board, or on the website at: http://psychology.sfsu.edu/home/contact.html
- Discuss your plans and address any questions you might have about the major with your advisor and obtain their signature.
- Submit signed form to EP 301 for advising clearance.
Psychology Major Program Impaction
The Psychology major is an impacted program, which means there are more students interested in the major than we can accommodate. Therefore, admission to the Psychology major is a selective and competitive process. The Department faculty, in consultation with the University Admissions Office, reviews impaction admissions criteria on an annual basis. Impaction approval was granted by the California State University Chancellor's office beginning in July 2009.