• Psychology major Jennifer Johnson is an Honors student and editor of Collage
  • MTSU Psychology students put on a health literacy fair at Barfield Elementary
  • Dr. Paul Foster, who specializes in neuropsychology, goes over data with students
  • Professor Janet Belsky studies lifespan development
    and
    aging
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Masters' Comprehensive Exam Schedule

Below is the Master's Comprehensive Examination Schedule. 

Spring 2015

  Date Room Deadline
 SCHOOL PSY Saturday, April 4 COE 245 March 27
 I/O, CLINICAL, EXPERIMENTAL, QUANTITATIVE Saturday, April 11 COE 245 & 247 April 3

 

Summer 2015

  Date Room Deadline
 SCHOOL PSY Saturday, July 11 COE 245 July 3
 I/O, CLINICAL, EXPERIMENTAL, QUANTITATIVE Saturday, July 11 COE 245 July 3

 

 

Those not taking the PHR

See Masters' Comprehensive Exam Registration Form to register for Comps and get important exam information.

Important Note:
Please plan to arrive no later than 8:15 a.m. You will need your Student I.D. to take the exam. Nothing is to be carried into the testing room. You will be supplied with materials necessary to take and complete the exam.

*In order to take the Comprehensive Exam you have to be a 'graduate' student attending our college and approved by the professor and/or degree coordinator.*


I/O students taking PHR check below

I/O students may choose to substitute the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) exam of the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) for the I/O comprehensive exam (comps) given by the psychology department.

Students who pass the PHR will NOT be required to take the comprehensive exam in I/O. The PHR exam is currently offered twice a year May/June & December/January.

It is the student's responsibility to submit to the I/O graduate program coordinator official documentation that he/she has passed the PHR exam. PHR exam must be passed within six (6) years of the date the student first enrolled in the I/O program. A failed attempt at the PHR does not count as a failed attempt at comps. A second failure of comps terminates eligibility for PHR substitution.

For more information please see your advisor.