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Program Outcomes
Psychology Fundamentals
Be able to demonstrate more extensive knowledge and deeper understanding of the major core content areas of psychology at a depth that clearly exceeds the undergraduate level.

Technical Specialization
Be able to demonstrate technical sophistication related to their self-selected area of scholarly specialty by using laboratory apparatus, software applications, survey instruments, etc.

Effective Research Design and Reporting
Be able to design, produce, analyze, and report original research that contributes to their self-selected area of scholarly specialty.

Professional Practice and the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Be able to weigh evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically, and reflect other values that are the underpinnings of psychology as an academic and professional discipline. In particular, they should be able to critically reflect on these values in light of their knowledge of and commitment to the restored gospel of Jesus Christ and to sustain personal values that are true to the gospel while maintaining their scholarly study of psychology.

Program Stats
Characteristics of Students from Past Academic Year
Total Students 22.0
International 1.0
Male 4.0
Female 18.0
LDS 15.0
BYU Undergraduate 6.0
Five Year Average of Graduated Students
Average Years to Degree 1.89
Graduated Per Year 18.2
GMAT Quantitative Percentile 67.5
Five Year Average of Admitted Students
Applied Per Year 9.6
Admitted Per Year 7.4
Percent Admitted 77.08
Average GPA 3.69