Graduate Programs Overview

Information about graduate studies at CWU is available at the School of Graduate Studies and Research. Information about graduate courses, programs, and Master's degree guidelines is available at the online graduate catalog (use the drop-down menu at this link to select the graduate catalog).

Thesis regulation guidelines are available at Thesis Assistance.

The Department of Psychology has three graduate programs. For general information, please see our Graduate Students in Psychology Handbook for 2022-2023. For information about the specific programs, click on the desired program below.

All our graduate programs are currently waiving GRE requirements for applications for admissions.

  • Experimental Psychology: This degree is research oriented. Graduates will often work in colleges, universities, research centers, government, and private businesses. Many will continue on for doctoral programs.
  • School Psychology: This degree leads to state and national certification as a school psychologist in K-12 schools. School psychologists focus on improving academic, developmental, and social/emotional outcomes for students in the school environment. Candidates are trained to provide assessment, intervention, and consultation services while serving students from the preschool through high school level.
  • Mental Health Counseling: The MHC program is not being offered at this time. We will not be accepting applications for Fall 2024. 

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