The Accelerated Degree Program (ADP) is an apprentice model program where current University of Michigan, LSA College students are invited by a mentor to apply to the program. When faculty mentors identify a potential applicant, they encourage the student to take graduate level courses and or upper level statistics course during their senior year which will give the student a sense of graduate experience and provide opportunities to demonstrate their intellectual caliber and commitment to do a Master’s program in Psychology. The faculty member based on the performance in the courses and the research focus can invite the student to apply to the ADP program to a particular area (Social/Developmental/Clinical etc).
ADP Informational Sessions, Winter 2013
*Tuesday, January 29 at 2pm in 3021 East Hall
*Friday, February 15 at 12pm in B247 East Hall
There is an admission committee at the area level which makes all final admissions decisions. The admission is competitive. Applications to be considered for Fall 2013 admission are due February 28, 2013. Students should only apply during their 4th/Senior Year. Students will be notified of their admission decision by March 21, 2013.
*ADP Master's Students are eligible for the Rackham Conference Travel Grant, Rackham Graduate Student Emergency Funds, and Rackham Graduate Student Research Grants only
*ADP students are eligible to apply for GSI positions for Fall 2013
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