SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY
The Master of Science in Psychology is a comprehensive graduate program designed to train students to become professionals who provide relevant counselling and interventions to children, teenagers and adults. The program focuses on the general study of emotions, behavior and thought processes on individuals in all ages. It aims to help resolve the patient’s personality issues through critical thinking and effective problem solving strategies. The program adheres to a scientist-practitioner model of integrating scientific inquiry with committed, responsible practice of psychology. Students are trained to conduct research on relevant issues in their area of specialization and to base professional practice on a solid empirical foundation. Students are to develop critical thinking skills, social engagement, professional integrity, and a pursuit for lifelong learning.
1. Must have recommendation from previous college dean and college instructor.
2. Must take and pass the entrance examination for the master’s program.
3. Must have most recent medical and dental health record.
4. Must have the Original copy of the transcript of records.
5. Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate.
6. Must have a certificate of good moral character.
7. Must have a copy of the honorable dismissal.
8. Must have a copy of college diploma.
9. One 2”x 2” copy of latest photo.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY
Program Completion Time Table
|1st Semester, Year 1
2 Basic Courses + 1 Cognate Course (9 units)
|Res 101||Research Methodology||3 units|
|Psych 101||Seminar in Educational Psychology||3 units|
|FED||Foundation of Education||3 units|
|2nd Semester, Year 1
1 Basic Course (Statistics) + 2 Cognate Courses (10 units)
|Stat 101||Research Statistics w/ Computer App||4 units|
|Psych 102||Group Dynamics||3 units|
|Psych 103||Theories of Personality||3 units|
|1st Semester, Year 2
4 Major Courses (12 units)
|Psych 201||Psychological Testing I||3 units|
|Psych 202||Clinical Psychology||3 units|
|Psych 203||Seminar in Industrial Psychology||3 units|
|Psych 204||Psychotherapy||3 units|
|2nd Semester, Year 2
Research Workshop + 2 Major Courses (9 units)*
*can be taken during the preceding summer term
|Psych 203||Group Process and Program Development||3 units|
|Psych 204||Seminar in Exceptional Psychology||3 units|
|STW||Seminar in Thesis Writing||3 units|
|Upon the Completion of All Academic Requirements (37 units):
|NB.: A Student CANNOT take the Comprehensive Examination without passing ALL 37 academic units. Thesis Writing can be enrolled only after passing the Comprehensive Examination.|
for NON-PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATES
|**bridging courses are made available under special arrangement
SUMMARY OF REQUIRED COURSES
|Abnormal Psychology||3 units||Basic Courses||10 units|
|Experimental Psychology||3 units||Cognate Courses||9 units|
|Industrial Psychology||3 units||Majors Courses||15 units|
|Psychology of Learning||3 units||Research Workshop||3 units|
|Thesis Writing||6 units|
|TOTAL UNITS NEEDED TO GRADUATE