MA in General Psychology
Applicants should hold a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with a minimum of 3 years study and a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0. As part of their application process, students who do not hold a US bachelor’s degree are required to have their transcripts translated and evaluated by a Touro-approved agency, as proof of equivalency. A list of agencies is available by logging onto https://www.naces.org/members
As part of your bachelor’s studies, you should have successfully completed the following four prerequisite undergraduate courses: Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Statistics, and a research-methods-related course like Experimental Psychology or Introduction to Empirical Research.
If you have not completed the above prerequisite undergraduate courses, have a low cumulative GPA (CGPA), or hold a bachelor’s degree unrelated to psychology, you may be required to complete our Psychology MA preparatory courses prior to beginning your studies. The preparatory courses are offered at an additional expense to the main MA program in psychology.
There is no minimum professional experience required, but relevant research or professional experience is taken into consideration, especially for applicants who have not completed a psychology degree.
Non-native speakers must provide proof of English proficiency. We accept the following qualifications and tests: TOEFL iBT (minimum score: 80), IELTS Academic (minimum score: 6.5).