Current MAPP Student Resources

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MAPP Student Handbooks

New admits

Graduate Admissions new student checklist

ASU Online students

Newly admitted veteran students

Academic resources

How to Complete the Interactive Plan of Study (iPOS)

PPS Projected course offerings*

*Future semester course offerings are tentative and subject to change.

Spring 2021

A: 501 Fundamentals of Political Psychology

A: 503 Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Intergroup Relations

A: 515 Advances in Media Effects

B: 504 Attitudes and Persuasion

B: 512 Political Polarization

Summer 2021

A: 514 Campaigns and Elections

A: 513 Elite Decision Making

B: 505 Biopolitics

C: 550 Capstone

Fall 2021

A: 501 Fundamentals of Political Psychology

A: 502 Cognition and Emotions in Political Thinking

B: 506 Experimental Design

B: 511 Public Opinion

B: 550 Capstone

All graduate students must be enrolled in at least one graduate credit in both fall and spring semesters in either A or B sessions (or both). Summer enrollment is optional. Summer courses, except for the Capstone, are more condensed at 6 weeks as opposed to fall and spring at 7.5 weeks, and offer the same amount of material as fall and spring semesters. The Capstone course is offered in summer Session C (8 weeks) and fall and spring Session B (7.5 weeks).

Other resources

Graduate College 

Students are responsible for knowing and adhering to the policies in the Graduate Policies and Procedures manual.

ASU Academic Calendar

Students are responsible for knowing and adhering to the deadlines in the ASU Academic Calendar. Please specifically be aware of add/drop deadlines.

Tuition and fees

Online tutoring

Pat Tillman Veterans Center

ASU Online Resources (Support for Academic and Personal Issues)

ASU Career Services

Handshake 

Handshake is a Career Services tool for students or alumni looking for internship and job opportunities

Wellness Resources for Graduate Students