NCCU’s master’s degree in psychology presents prominent theories and general systems in psychology successfully preparing students to work with a range of human issues in a number of settings. The program offers concentrations in clinical and general psychology. The curriculum normally appeals to three groups of students:
The requirements for admission include: a bachelor’s degree for admission of at least 30 semester hours or equivalent in psychology or related discipline from an accredited institution; a minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 2.7 based on a 4 point scale; a minimum of 3.0 in the undergraduate major; and completion of departmental requirements such as course prerequisites.
For more detail regarding application procedures and a description of the program requirements, refer to www.nccu.edu/psychology.
Vinston Goldman, Ph.D., Coordinator, Psychology Graduate Program
919-530-6471 or email@example.com
Pamela Martin, Ph.D., Chair
919-530-5165 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Francis Whitfield
919-530-5165 or email@example.com