Applications for admission to the master of science program in Applied Behavior Analysis at NMU, on a full-time basis will be accepted from students holding a BA or BS degree. Students must also meet the Graduate Education and Research Office admission requirements consisting of a minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA. Candidates must submit an authorized transcript of their BA- or BS-level work (must include a course in Introductory Psychology and a course in Statistics), a personal statement (outlining their interest in the program, expectations for the program, and career goals), a curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference from individuals who know the candidate personally. Review of fully complete applications will begin after February 1 for Fall enrollment and be considered on a rolling basis after this date. Applicants will be selected by the department faculty based on the merit of the overall application, and the number of applicants accepted will depend upon the program’s current capacity. The program does not accept applications for the Winter or Summer terms.
The graduate admissions committee of the Department of Psychological Science will review all applications.