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Graduate students outside of Maryland pay in-state tuition.

UB is now offering in-state tuition to graduate students who live in Washington, D.C.; Northern Virginia (Arlington, Loudon, Fairfax and Prince William counties and Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Manassas and Manassas Park); Pennsylvania (Adams, York and Lancaster counties); and all Delaware counties.

Immerse yourself in the exciting, intriguing field of psychology, helping individuals or organizations overcome problems and pursue healthy lives.

The Master of Science in Applied Psychology program allows you to choose from one of two concentrations: Counseling Psychology or Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Program contacts:

Courtney Gasser , director, Counseling Psychology Concentration
Thomas Mitchell, director, Industrial and Organizational Psychology Concentration

 

Summer 2017 Events

OPM Research Summit
Wednesday, June 7
American University, School of Public Affairs


Psychology Spotlight

RED Talks

On Feb. 22, three applied psychology graduate students presented at RED Talks, a campus-wide research series sponsored by Langsdale Library. Pictured above is Tannaz Rahman who gave a talk on “Learning and conservation at the National Aquarium." The other presenters (not pictured) were Stephen Shaul who presented on “Mediational effects of distress intolerance between PTSD symptomology and reactive aggression” and Charles Thorton who presented on “Adolescent bullying associated with adult professional development.” 

Aquarium

Read "Charted Waters" in the fall 2016 issue of the UB Magazine to learn more about the conservation research work that UB psychology students, led by Assistant Professor Michael Frederick (center), have been doing at the National Aquarium. (photo credit: Chris Hartlove)

Aquarium

Graduate psychology students during a service-learning project at the National Aquarium.


Career Development & Resources

Psychology in the News


Other psychology programs offered by the Division of Applied Behavioral Sciences: