The Master of Science (MS) in Research Psychology degree is an 11-month accelerated program in SPU's School of Psychology, Family, and Community designed to give students knowledge and skills necessary for jobs or further graduate education in psychology or psychology-related fields. Students propose and complete a capstone project (e.g., research proposal, research thesis, grant application) that best meets their career or graduate school goals.
This series contains successfully defended masters' theses and other culminating projects.
Theses from 2022
Distress and Growth in the Black Community, Devin A. Noel-Harrison
Effects of New Seal Introductions on Conspecific and Visitor Activity, Emily J. Northey
The sex difference in depressive symptoms among college students, Penelope E. Seminario
Toddler Characteristics and Attention, Lani A. Taylor