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, upper level statistics course, and/or complete independent research during their senior year. This will give the student a sense of the 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, and so on).
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ADP Informational Sessions
To begin Fall 2015 or Winter 2016, applications are due by Saturday, February 28, 2015.
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 or Winter admission are due February 28, 2014. Students should only apply during their 4th/Senior Year. Students will be notified of their admission decision by late March and are expected to matriculate by April.
Writing your Academic Statement of Purpose
Rackham Application Tips:
-Select Masters, Doctoral, or Certificate Degrees
-Page 2 Program Selection: SGUS Psychology M.S.
-When you close the application, if you entered the email address for your recommender/mentor, they will receive an email asking them to upload the Letter of Recommendation for you
- Rackham Graduate School
- Office of Financial Aid
- Rackham Funding
- Cost of Attendance
- SUGS Election Form
- Rackham Programming for Graduate Students
- Career Center Services for Graduate/PhD Students
- Alumni Association
- U-M Graduate Student Professional Development page on Facebook
- Careers Outside of Academia
ADP Master's Students are eligible for the Rackham Conference Travel Grant, Rackham Graduate Student Emergency Funds, and Rackham Graduate Student Research Grants.
Schools Offered Admission
Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Michigan State University
Ohio State University
University of Miami
University of Michigan (Med School)
University of California-San Francisco
Wayne State University
Academia (Professor, Researcher)
Social Science/Community Research