The following tables have been compiled for the tri-state area based on the American Psychological Association’s Graduate Study in Psychology (2004). Each table provides the following information:
- the degree offered and in what area of psychology it is (i.e., M.A., Ed.S., Psy.D., Ph.D.)
- the name of the institution offering that degree
- the number of full time and part time faculty and students in each department
- the number of students who were accepted last year out of the total number of students who applied for a particular degree (with overall median acceptance rates for each degree type)
- the minimum Verbal, Quantitative, Combined (V&Q), Analytical, or Psychological G.R.E. scores required of applicants by the departments and the median scores of the departments’ last entering class (with overall median scores for each degree type)
- the minimum G.P.A. required of applicants by the departments and the median scores of the departments’ last entering class (with overall median G.P.A.’s for each degree type)
Note: The American Psychological Association only accredits doctoral, not master's, programs in professional (i.e., clinical, counseling or school) psychology.
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