The BAPSY program provides an opportunity to substitute specific courses in the required course sequence with master’s level courses. Opting to complete the master’s level course substitutions provides a Fast Forward Track to the Master of Arts in Psychology or the Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy if students decide to pursue a graduate degree.
Enrollment in the BAPSY program and completion of the FastForward Track course substitutions does not guarantee admission into a graduate program. Students must meet all required Basis for Admissions (BFA) requirements as outlined in the university catalog for specific masters programs.
Master’s level coursework completed in the BAPSY program must be completed with a grade of “B” or better to meet eligibility requirements to be applied to the applicable Master’s degree program, and be within 5 years from the time they complete the course to transfer it into the master’s degree.
BAPSY to Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MAMFT) FastForward Track
Applicants who qualify for admission into the BAPSY program may elect to complete the BAPSY to MAMFT FastForward Track course substitutions. In total, students complete 9 credits of the MAMFT core sequence (MFT-6101, MFT-6103, and MFT-6106) to satisfy specified courses from the required category in the BAPSY.