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Masters in General Psychology: Curriculum
In addition, all core courses must be taken at NYU in the Psychology Department, and students must earn a grade of at least B in all courses to avoid being placed on Academic Probation. Students who receive below a B- in a core course may only count that course as an elective and not toward his or her core requirements.
All of the courses in the M.A. program are 3 points each, so 12 courses must be taken. Students may take anywhere between one and three courses each semester. The program is expected to take two years to complete in most cases, but can be completed a little sooner for full-time students (especially if some courses are taken during the summer session), or somewhat later for those taking courses part-time. A student who has completed all course work, but must stay enrolled to take the comprehensive examination or complete a thesis, must pay a matriculation fee each semester until graduation. A maximum of five years from the date of first registration is allowed for completing the degree.
Core Course Requirements
PSYCH-GA 2016 Master’s Statistics
The core requirements for the general program are listed below:
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