Graduate Research Opportunities

MS in Experimental Psychology

Dr. Dye is an approved research advisor for graduate students in the MS in Experimental Psychology at RIT.  Students take a number of courses in a variety of areas in Experimental Psychology and related fields. A graduate seminar course provides students with the chance to learn about behavioral research at RIT. Students select a thesis topic after determining a fit between their research interests and faculty expertise and interests. A formal research proposal is completed and publicly defended. The thesis and public thesis defense is a culmination of this work. If you are interested in this program, and in having Dr. Dye as a research advisor, please email mwddls@rit.edu for more information.

DHH applicants may also be eligible for financial and mentoring support through the Bridges to the Doctorate program.