Psychology General Masters Program
The Psychology Master's Program at The City College of New York provides a solid broad-based graduate education in general psychology. Students acquire knowledge in research methods and basic topics in psychology. Our Master's Program is designed for students who need to enhance their background and credentials in psychology either for the job market, or to advantage themselves in applying to doctoral programs. Some students in our program are participating in our B.A./M.A. program, which allows them to obtain a B.A. or B.S. degree and the M.A. degree concurrently. Master's courses are usually conducted as seminars, consisting of 15-25 students. After their first semester, students may take up to 40% of their coursework at other CUNY branches, including doctoral courses offered through the Graduate Center.
Students may enter the program with an undergraduate major either in Psychology or in another field. Acceptance is based on.. Read More
A student in the Masters Program in General Psychology has two choices for completing the degree: one involves more coursework, and the other involves.. Read More
Putting a CCNY Masters Degree to Work
The American Psychological Association's booklet, Psychology: Careers for the Twenty-first Century, reports that most professionals with a terminal master's degree handle research and data collection and .. Read More