Master's Program Statistics - Psychology

In order to make the activity and culture of graduate programs more visible, we provide in the table below basic statistics about the Master's programs at the University of Michigan. The data and variables were selected to offer a more accurate and helpful picture than those provided by external sources. We also encourage you to visit the Psychology website to learn more about the intellectual life, successes, and opportunities in this Master's program.

The Master's program statistics are also available in an interactive dashboard (Tableau).

Master's Admissions
Fall 2017 5 Year Average
Number of applications 10 15
Number of new master's students 6 12
Master's Enrollment
Fall 2017 5 Year Average
Total enrollment 5 9
Female 80% 75%
Male 20% 25%
International 80% 85%
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident 20% 15%
Master's Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, by Race
Fall 2017 5 Year Average
African American 0% 11%
Asian American 25% 34%
Hispanic (one or more races) 0% 0%
Native American 0% 0%
Pacific Islander 0% 0%
White 50% 50%
Two or more races (excludes Hispanic) 0% 0%
Not indicated 25% 25%
Master's Degree
2017 5 Year Average
Number of degrees awarded 31 39
Median years to Master's 1.64 1.64
Percent of students who entered the master's program between 2013-14 and 2014-15 and completed the Master's as of August 31, 2017 95%
Percent of students who entered the master's program between 2015-16 and 2016-17 and completed the Master's as of August 31, 2017 100%
Funding
2017 5 Year Average
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 1-25% of Tuition and Fees 0% 0%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 26-50% of Tuition and Fees 0% 20%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 51-75% of Tuition and Fees 0% 5%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 76-100% of Tuition and Fees 89% 89%
Enrolled Master's students - No University support 11% 28%

Program statistics are updated annually in December. Last updated December 24, 2017.