The General Experimental Masters program produces masters-level psychologists with general knowledge of psychology in various content areas, research methodologies and theoretical formulations. Based on a mentor model, the program of study, training and thesis are supervised by one or more faculty members.
The General Experimental program does not prepare or qualify the student for a license in the State of Michigan as a clinical psychologist. It accommodates students preparing for doctoral programs or seeking career advancement in a basic or applied research area.
The deadline for Fall GE MS applications is FEBRUARY 1.
The Graduate Admissions Application Code for the General Experimental Masters Program is PSY
Affiliated Experimental Faculty by area
A number of departmental faculty are actively involved in teaching and mentoring students in the experimental program. All students admitted into the program will be assigned a faculty mentor who may best facilitate that students research interests. It is advised that applicants identify a potential faculty when they submit their materials. Below is a listing of faculty currently affiliated with the experimental M.S. program (arranged by focal area).
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All international transcripts must be evaluated by Educational Perspectives (EP), including all Canadian transcripts.
Additional information for international students can be found at, here.
All applicants to the Graduate School with non-U.S. post secondary credentials must submit an evaluation of their credentials to EMU. Educational Perspectives (EP) is the credential evaluation service that provides evaluations of international educational credentials for applicants to EMU.