Graduate Exam: ALES or GRE score (ALES EA 75)
English Proficiency Exam: METU IYS (75)
Reference Letter: 2 reference letters (from applicants outside of METU Psychology Department)
Letter of Intention: A letter of intention in English
GPA: 3.0/4.0 or 80/100
After the initial evaluation successful applicants will be invited to an interview.
If you follow the link below, you can find detailed information regarding application process.
Also, you can find up-to-date and detailed information regarding application criteria of graduate programs.
Students with a B.Sc. degree in psychology can apply for the Ph.D. program even if they have a masters degree from a different discipline. Students from other disciplines need an M.S. degree in Social Psychology.
The evaluation criteria are as follows:
50% ALES or GRE
The number of students who will be accepted to the programs may change based on the needs of the department.
|Advanced Statistics for Psychology II||(3-0)3|
|Or an equivalent course approved by the department.|
|Students are required to take seven electives, approved by the Department, subject to the restriction that during their graduate education (including the Master's level) they need to take (or have taken) at least one elective each of the sub-areas below. The list may be subject to modification by the Department.|
Group 1 General & Social Cognition
|PSY 553||Historical Overview of Advances in Social Psychology|
|PSY 555||Social Cognition and Affect|
|PSY 562||Psychology of Close Relationships|
|PSY 653||Social Representation|
|PSY 659||Psychology of the Self|
|PSY 660||Positive Psychology|
|PSY 554||Recent Advances|
|Group 2 Attitudes, Social Influence & Groups|
|PSY 651||Attitudes and Attitude Change|
|PSY 652||Attitude Measurement and Scale Development|
|PSY 656||Inter-group Relations (ingroup, outgroup, discrimination, intergroup competition, conflict...)|
|PSY 552||Groups (Small groups, interpersonal attraction,dyadic relationships, conflict, leadership..)|
|PSY 655||Intra-group Processes (Norms, Conformity, Obedience, leadership, Social facilitation, productivity...)|
|Group 3 Applied Social Psychology|
|PSY 550||Psychology of Women and Gender|
|PSY 654||Social Psychology of Legal Processes|
|PSY 661||Meta Analysis in Social Psychology|
|PSY 693-697||Independent Study|
|PSY 650||Health Psychology|
|PSY 556||Applied Social Psychology|
|PSY 558||Interpersonal Relationships|
|PSY 658||Relationships with parents and peers|
|PSY 657||Family Processes through time and cultural contexts|