Masters Program in General Psychology
MA Program in General Psychology (30 credits)
Students are exposed to the various aspects of psychology, but may focus their courses, independent study and thesis research in one of the three content areas described below:
- Applied and Evaluative Psychology
Faculty research interests include topics in personality, psychopathology, theories of therapeutic methods, group dynamics, biofeedback, health and gender, stress and stress management, substance use, tests and measurements. The department does not offer supervision in counseling or therapy.
- Social, Cognitive and Developmental Psychology
Faculty research interests include multicultural issues, cognitive and linguistic development, discursive social psychology, gender and cognition, attitudes, political psychology, psycholinguistics, decision-making, and memory functions in different populations.
- Biopsychology and Comparative Psychology
Faculty research interests include hormonal influences on and neural control of avian, mammalian and fish behaviors; mechanisms of drug abuse; developmental neuroscience; color vision; animal learning, orientation and communication. Students interested in comparative psychology and animal behavior may elect to complete a concentration in the area (see below).
Fall 2015: Graduate Level Psychology Courses Available for Non-Degree Students
The MA Program in General Psychology would like to invite students interested in taking advanced psychology courses at Hunter to register.
Available courses include Abnormal Psychology, Depression and Suicide, Theories of Ethnic and Cultural Identity and Physiological Psychology.
Minimum requirements: Bachelor's degree, 6 credits in Psychology and an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher.
For more information, please contact the MA program advisor Ms. Karolina Czech ASAP at email@example.com.
Program Director: Martin Chodorow, Ph.D.
Graduate Advisor: Karolina Czech
For more information on Graduate Admissions at Hunter College, please click here.