The Advanced Bachelor’s to Master’s (ABM) allows students accepted into the program to take 12 credits during their senior year (6 Fall and 6 Spring) to count both toward their Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs. Students in the BA Psychology program must take courses required for their degree whether at the undergraduate or graduate level.
PSYC 7351 may be taken instead of PSYC 2355 , PSYC 6380 may be taken instead of PSYC 4483 , and PSYC may be taken instead of 2. Classes in Abnormal, Lifespan Development, and Research Methods must be taken at either the undergraduate or graduate level or at both levels.
Master’s courses that may be taken as part of the ABM program
PSYC 6321, PSYC 6380, PSYC 7333, PSYC 7351, PSYC 8356
Program Specific courses:
PSYC 6358, PSYC 8359, PSYC 8366 (for MA - MFT Concentration Only)
PSYC 8360 (for School Psychology Concentration Only)