The Marietta College Master of Arts in Psychology (MAP) Program offers an academic curriculum in general psychology, as well as offering students the opportunity to pursue research in the areas of: clinical, cognitive, social, physiological or developmental psychology. The primary goal of the program is to provide students with a strong graduate level foundation in general psychology. The program is designed to prepare students to pursue further education in psychology at the Ph.D. level or to seek employment at the master’s level in a related field. Within this section, you’ll find information about our program for current and prospective students, including information on the program curriculum and courses, application and admissions, assistantships and funding, advising, research opportunities, and much more.

If you have any questions regarding the MAP Program, please contact the Director of the MAP Program, Dr. Christopher Klein.