- Courses range from training and development, personnel and selection, to ethics in the workplace.
- The curriculum is designed to be completed by full-time students in four semesters and six semesters for part-time students.
- Prerequisites of the program include completion of an undergraduate course in statistics and psychology with a grade of B or better.
- Second-year students participate in a full-time paid internship, which is facilitated by our department in accordance with students’ interests.
- Given our geographic location (25 miles east of Manhattan), we have affiliations and access to a wide spectrum of private and public organizations.
- Networking and professional development opportunities are extensive.
More information about our program is available on our webpage: hofstra.edu/iopsych. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 516-463-6343 or at email@example.com.
DIVERSIFYING PSYCHOLOGY WEEKEND: May 1st, 2021
Now Accepting Applications! Due April 7th, 2021
We are pleased to announce our third annual Diversifying Psychology Weekend. The Diversifying Psychology Weekend will help students from underrepresented and diverse backgrounds learn more about research and graduate school in psychology, prepare to apply for a doctorate in psychology, network with graduate students and faculty, and learn more about what our department has to offer you. We especially encourage students to attend who are early in their college career and/or who are less familiar with doctoral degrees in psychology. The event is supported by Miami University’s Psychology Department, College of Arts and Sciences, and Graduate School, and Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will be held virtually this year.
To receive full consideration, successful applicants should:
Demonstrate a strong interest in learning more about a doctoral degree in the following areas of psychology: clinical, cognitive, community, developmental, social, or neuroscience.
Identify as a racial or ethnic minority traditionally underrepresented in psychological science AND/OR identify as an individual who will enhance the diversity and inclusivity of psychological science. Examples include (but are not limited to): first-generation college students, individuals with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, individuals from low socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds, etc.
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Applications are now open!
The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM CT on Sunday, April 17th.
To access the online application, please click here!
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You may direct any questions to David Silverman at visitNUpsych@gmail.com.
On behalf of Stony Brook University’s School of Social Welfare, Office of Admissions. We hope your new year is off to a great start despite the current challenges. As you prepare your students for the academic semester, we wanted to provide you information about our programs.
*Note: All Manhattan MSW students must attend a one-day, full- day event on the Stony Brook campus to fulfill a requiredUniversity residency requirement. This will happen four times throughout students' time in the program.
Among these attributes, we are also ranked in the top 15 of Best Value Public Colleges by Forbes Magazine and considered one of the most affordable top-ranked universities in the nation. Therefore, for your consideration we are sharing our program information in the following links that we hope you will share with your students:
Prospective students are highly encouraged to attend an information session. They will hear directly from staff and faculty at the school as well as learn more about our admissions process, curriculum and have the opportunity to ask any questions as they begin the application process.
If you would like us to present to your students separately, please share your availability with our office. We hope this information is helpful and look forward to working with you and your students. If you are not the correct contact, feel free to forward to the appropriate person or share their contact information with us. Thank you for your continued support and we wish you a great semester.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.