Graduate Competency

Student Outcomes

After completing the study, graduates are:
  1. Able to use scientific reasoning to interpret psychological phenomena.
  2. Able to be engaged in innovative and integrative thinking and problem solving.
  3. Able to interpret, design, and conduct psychological basic research.
  4. Able to incorporate socio-cultural factors in psychological research.
  5. Able to apply ethical guidelines to evaluate a research and psychological application.
  6. Able to demonstrate effective writing skills for various purposes relating to the research and psychological application.
  7. Able to demonstrate effective presentation skills to communicate the research and psychological application.
  8. Able to apply psychological skills for career purposes.
  9. Able to develop meaningful professional direction for life after graduation.
  10. Able to develop and design non-clinical psychology measurements based on theory and psychological principles.