Arizona State University: ASU Graduates Inaugural Class From MA In Political Psychology Program
“The inaugural class was a mix of students from diverse goals and backgrounds,” said Kim Fridkin, Foundation Professor and director of the MA program. “Students participated in the program from across North America, including students from Canada, Oklahoma, Georgia, Idaho and Florida.
“These students began the program with different academic backgrounds, with some students having majored in psychology and political science, but others completing undergraduate degrees in linguistics, English and history.”
The eight students who made up the first cohort of graduates completed the degree in one year while taking classes in the fall, spring and summer.
Guila Cohen, one of the recent political psychology graduates, took courses while living in Montreal.
Having earned her undergraduate degree in psychology, Cohen said that this master’s degree program felt like a natural fit given that she…