Master of Science in Psychology
The Science of Psychology
The Auburn Montgomery Graduate Studies Psychology program runs the gamut, offering coursework that explores both psychology research and application. Utilizing the scientist/practitioner model is popular with our students because it allows the future Ph.D., the future researcher and the future practitioner the opportunity to fulfill a transcript that is ideal for their career and academic goals. Whether you plan to advance to the highest levels of education, practice under a doctor, or use this master’s degree in any other way, you’ll find psychology history, theory, research and application to be at the core of your studies. AUM is the place to expand your capabilities and improve your credentials in psychology.
This program is small by design, allowing the professors ample time to spend with each student, addressing questions and offering direction.
We admit in the Fall term only. Application deadline is April 15th. See FAQs (below right) for details.
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Related careers/job titles: Psychological technician, Masters level counselor/clinician, state agency counselor, researcher.
Approximate program length: Two years.