Degrees

Department of Psychology and Communication

Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (thesis track) flyer

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (non-thesis track) flyer

Master of Science in Psychology (thesis track)

Minor in Psychology

 

Two-year plan for undegraduate courses in Psychology

Two-year plan for graduate courses in the MS in Psychology

Two-year plan for graduate courses in the MACP

 

About the Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (flyer)

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology webpage

 

Communication

Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Spanish

Minor in Communication

Master of Arts in Communication

 

MASTER OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATION

 

Two-Year Plan for Undergraduate Courses in Communication

Two-Year Plan for Graduate Courses in Communication

Canseco Hall

Leadership

Certificate in International Leadership

Minor in International Leadership

 

Psychology Graduate Awards:  The graduate psychology programs now offer the Car Rogers Client-Centered Therapy Award for students in the MACP program who demonstrate outstanding mastery of theory-driven counseling and theWilhelm M. Wundt Graduate Student Research Award for the MS degree.  Both awards are designed to recognize outstanding graduate student contribution to therapy and research, respectively.  For information on these awards please contact the program directors of the respective degrees.  Awardee nomination and selection is made by a committee of academic faculty.  Awards are given during the COAS Cording ceremony and will be noted on the student's academic transcript. 

More information about TAMIU catalog offerings and other useful information can be located at:

Current student information page; College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) webpage; COAS degree page; and the Prospective student information page.

Grauate students should also consult the Graduate School for their handbook and any forms for admission, registration, financial aid, graduation, and other matters. Graduate students in PASR should consult with their program's Director if they have questions about admisison, comprehensive exams, thesis requirements and program handbooks.

 

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