Psychology Graduate Programs
The Psychology Department offers M.A., M.S., Ed.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Psychology.
We offer concentration areas within these degrees in order to offer specialized training to our students.
Refer to the following links for specific program information and application procedures.
Application deadlines are listed at the right.
APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS (M.A.) Application Deadline January 5th
DEVELOPMENTAL (M.A., M.A./Ph.D.) Application Deadline January 5th
INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL (M.S., M.A., M.A./Ph.D.) Application Deadline January 5th
NEUROSCIENCE & BEHAVIOR (M.A., M.A./Ph.D.) Application Deadline January 5th
SCHOOL (M.S., Ed.S.) Application Deadline is December 15th
SOCIAL/PERSONALITY (M.A.) Application Deadline January 5th
COGNITIVE (M.A.) Application Deadline January 5th
THE ON-LINE APPLICATION FOR PSYCHOLOGY IS AVAILABLE STARTING SEPTEMBER 30th.
FOR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON GRADUATE ADMISSION PROCEDURES VISIT:
REQUIRED INFORMATION FOR THE ON-LINE APPLICATION INCLUDE:
The on-line application system will give you 30 days to complete the application from the time you begin. You can save your work and go back to it for up to 30 days, but the information will be erased after the 30 days are over. However, letters of recommendation and GRE scores can be submitted after the online application is complete, as long as it is before the program deadline posted above.
The online system will email the letter of recommendation form to the recommenders, so please tell them to expect an email from UNO, because it may end up in their spam mailbox.
Financial aid for graduate students is available from a variety of sources. These include Teaching Assistantships (which include tuition) and a stipend of $1,221.90 monthly paid from August - May. Research Assistantships (which include tuition) and a stipend-TBD, and contract work conducted by faculty in private consulting roles. In all, approximately 50% of active graduate students receive financial aid. Teaching Assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis based on GPA and GRE scores. Research Assistantships and contract work are awarded by the individual faculty members who administer the projects.