Handbooks and Bulletins

Graduate Handbook

This handbook describes current academic departmental regulations and program area requirements for graduate education in psychology. The University has minimum requirements for all graduate students, but these requirements are superseded by the more specific departmental requirements and/or program requirements. In some cases the program requirements take precedence.

Students are accountable for familiarizing themselves with department requirements as well as academic responsibility. Staff are available to assist and guide students; however, it is the students’ responsibility to know what the University, college, and departmental policies and procedures expect from students.

Download the 2014-2015 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2013-2014 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2012-2013 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2011-2012 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2010-2011 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2009-2010 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2008-2009 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2007-2008 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2006-2007 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2005-2006 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2004-2005 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2003-2004 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2002-2003 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 2001-2002 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.

Download the 1998-2000 Graduate Handbook in Adobe Acrobat format.