The School of Psychology of the Georgia Institute of Technology offers programs of study leading to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy, with five areas of specialization: Cognition and Brain Science, Cognitive Aging, Engineering Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Quantitative Psychology. All five programs of study provide intensive exposure to the theoretical and methodological foundations of psychology with strong emphasis on quantitative skills. Each student is expected to show individual initiative in both research activities and academic study, supported by close faculty-student contact.
Please explore the Graduate Student Handbook to get detailed information regarding the graduate program, as well information specific to each of the five program areas, such as degree requirements, minor requirements, and information about the doctoral preliminary examinations. Please visit the Courses page to view information about course requirements and the projected course schedule.
If you are considering a graduate education in the School of Psychology, please visit our Prospective Students page, where you will find the graduate application as well as information regarding admission requirements and financial aid.
The School of Psychology, in collaboration with the School of Interactive Computing and the School of Literature, Communication and Culture offers an interdisciplinary MS degree in Human Computer Interaction.
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