Master of Arts (Psychology)

The Master of Arts (M.A. Psychology) programme is a research based programme designed for psychology undergraduates who wish to further their study in the field of psychology. This programme is offered by full research in which students will be involved in a fully supervised research project covering the topic or research interest of their choosing.

Students are required to:

  • attend and pass the following courses (if necessary) with at least a B grade in:
    1. SZRZ6014 Research Methodology,
    2. SCLE6014 Academic Writing, and/or
    3. any other course as determined by the supervisor or Academic Committee
  • present and defend proposed research to a committee
  • present progress reports of research work at colloquium arranged by the Graduate School or College
  • attend a viva session to defend the thesis, and
  • submit a final thesis.