Psychology

Courses

PSY 101 General Psychology I 3.0 Credits

Reviews the fundamental principles, concepts, and methods of psychology, with emphasis on the concepts of motivation, learning, and perception, and their psychological foundations.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

PSY 111 Pre-Professional General Psychology I 3.0 Credits

This course is part one of a two-part sequence general psychology course designed specifically for psychology majors only. In this course, we will explore the scientific approach to the study of psychology with an overview of the fundamental principles of psychology across a variety of sub-disciplines. This course includes a laboratory component where students explore psychological research.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PSY.

PSY 112 Pre-Professional General Psychology II 3.0 Credits

This course is part two of a two-part sequence general psychology course for psychology majors only. In this course, we will focus on the application of scientific principles of psychology to human behavior. This course includes a laboratory component to enhance the scientific approach to research in psychology.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PSY.
Prerequisites: PSY 111 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 120 Developmental Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will cover developmental concepts from birth to death. Students will explore the biological, cognitive, psychological, and social development of human beings throughout the lifespan focusing on the individual and across groups. Topics covered will include historical/theoretical perspectives as well as an emphasis on the latest research in human development.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

PSY 140 Approaches to Personality 3.0 Credits

Discusses the major concepts of Freud, neo-Freudians, behaviorists, humanists, trait theorists, and others. Emphasizes understanding of self and others for psychotherapy and research. Fall.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

PSY 150 Introduction to Social Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will review the theoretical perspectives and research findings that form the basis of our understanding of how and why humans feel, think, and behave in social situations. It examines both historic and contemporary themes from multiple perspectives that focus on the ways in which culture, race, gender, ethnicity and other categories of human experience are shaped by social behavior and interaction.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

PSY 210 Evolutionary Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will examine the scientific study of human nature, based on understanding the psychological adaptations that our ancestors evolved in prehistory to cope with the challenges of survival and reproduction. We will cover the principles of genetics and evolution as applied to the brain and behavior of living beings, from plants and unicellular organisms to the primates (including humans).

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 212 Physiological Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will examine the field of physiological psychology and the basic biological processes underlying our behavior and emotions. Students will gain an understanding of the neural foundations of behavior, including the study of nerve activity and brain function.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 213 Sensation and Perception 3.0 Credits

This course examines the structure and function of the senses, including vision, hearing, touch, temperature, pain, olfaction, gustation, time, and kinesthesia. It considers the interaction of the senses and their role in determining behavior.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 222 Psychological Problems of Modern Youth 3.0 Credits

Examines psychological problem areas frequently encountered by young adults in today's society, including identity crisis, family conflict, the new sexuality, drugs, and the search for intimacy.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

PSY 225 Child Psychopathology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will focus on the symptoms, etiology, and primary methods of treating common psychological disorders and problems of children and adolescents. The course will focus on diagnosis; assessment; specific therapeutic treatments; ethical issues; and gender, cultural, and developmental differences in symptoms, diagnosis, and response to treatment.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: (PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]) and PSY 240 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 240 [WI] Abnormal Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, the scientific study of mental illnesses will be reviewed. There will be a focus on the way our society defines, explains, and handles behavior perceived as deviant and "normal." This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 242 Psychology of Disability 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will examine the psychological and social consequences of physical disability for the disabled person and his or her family and overall social network. There is an emphasis on disabilities of the sensory and nervous systems.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 244 Culture and Personality 3.0 Credits

This course focuses on comparing specific human behaviors (e.g. aggression, health), roles (e.g. gender), and psychological processes (e.g. cognition, emotion, perception) across cultures in order to ascertain similarities and differences among cultures around the globe. This course has an interdisciplinary focus.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 245 [WI] Sports Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will cover sports psychology, which is the science of understanding, modifying, and predicting athletic performance or sports participation. We will examine how individuals behave in sports and the practical application of that knowledge to performance enhancement strategies. Students in this course will investigate human behavior patterns in sports and exercise settings. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 250 [WI] Industrial Psychology 3.0 Credits

This course coveries theories, experiments, and problem-solving efforts of behavioral scientists in industrial settings. Students will build on their interest in interpersonal relations, management, leadership, personnel, and applied psychology. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 252 Death and Dying 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will explore death and dying from various perspectives, including the philosophical, psychological, sociocultural, and personal. Topics include attitudes, beliefs, and meanings of death and dying, the experience of death, end-of-life decisions, suicide and types of death, euthanasia and biomedical issues, bereavement, cultural norms, and dealing with the death of a loved one.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 254 Psychology of Sexual Behavior 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will cover the psychology of the individual coping with the sexual aspects of life. Students will examine the broad range of human sexual expression focusing on topics such as the development of sexual behavior, historical and contemporary views on the psychology of sex, the role of sexuality in day-to-day interactions among individuals and other relevant topics on human sexuality.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 264 Computer-Assisted Data Analysis I 3.0 Credits

This course explores data analysis and the usage of statistical software in psychological research. Topics will cover basic elementary techniques of data entry, manipulation, and analysis. This includes an emphasis on basic descriptive statistics, sampling and probability, and hypothesis testing. This is part 1 of a two-part sequence.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 265 Computer-Assisted Data Analysis II 3.0 Credits

This course is part 2 of a two-part sequence. In this course, we will cover more advanced statistical techniques and build on the usage of statistical software in psychological research. This includes regression, correlation, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and various non-parametric tests.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: (PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]) and PSY 264 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 270 Psychology of Hate 3.0 Credits

Hate is a multi-faceted concept, used in many contexts. Thus, as such trying to create a definition for the concept of hate is not without difficulty. In this course we will focus on hate between/among individuals, groups, and populations. We will try to understand how hate develops, what developmental, social, and clinical factors give rise to hate. We will examine prevalent hate groups and how they recruit. And, we will examine ways that we might be able to combat hate, both in broad terms, but even more so at the micro levels.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

PSY 280 Psychological Research 3.0 Credits

Students will be introduced to the issues, techniques, and methodologies associated with conducting psychological research. Topics include the logic of research in psychology; how to study various psychological phenomena; ethical issues; design, analysis, and interpretation of psychological research. Through the course, students will gain skill in writing research reports in the style used by research psychologists.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 264 [Min Grade: D] and PSY 265 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 285 Writing in Psychology 3.0 Credits

This course will build on students existing knowledge of psychology while helping them better evaluate and create various types of written documents commonly used to communicate information in the field of psychology (e.g., research articles, literature reviews, position papers). Emphasis is placed on a skills-based approach to acquiring knowledge of how to communicate information and applying that knowledge in various contexts.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: C] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: C]

PSY 290 History and Systems of Psychology 3.0 Credits

Examines the historical foundations of modern psychology, with emphasis on the growth, contributions, and decline of major systems and theories.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 310 Drugs & Human Behavior 3.0 Credits

Covers the fundamentals of drug effects on the nervous system and behavior, with emphasis on abused substances and drugs used in the treatment of behavioral disorders.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: (PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D])

PSY 312 Cognitive Neuroscience 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will explore how cognitive neuroscience is the bridge between cognitive psychology and neuroscience, i.e., how the “hardware” of our brains produces the “software” of thought. This course will introduce the neural basis of core cognitive processes such as perception, attention, memory, language, and executive functions.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 320 [WI] Educational Psychology 3.0 Credits

Covers role and relevance of psychology in the teacher-learner relationship, with independent application of research techniques in an individual field study. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 325 Psychology of Learning 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will introduce students to the basic principles of the science of learning and memory. It will cover both historic approaches to learning e.g., classical (Pavlov) and instrumental (Skinner) conditioning as well as modern theories and ongoing debates in learning and memory. We will give special attention to clinical applications and what is known about the neural substrates of learning and memory.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 330 Cognitive Psychology 3.0 Credits

Covers human thought processes, including perception and pattern recognition, learning and memory, language, problem-solving, and decision-making.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D] or IDM 211 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 335 Pediatric Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will examine the psychosocial and medical issues during the period of infancy, childhood, and adolescence including relevant biological, cognitive, social, emotional, and cultural aspects. The purpose of this course is to facilitate learning and professional development through exposure to concepts specific to the field of pediatric psychology.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 336 Psychology of Language 3.0 Credits

This course is a survey of the theories and methodologies in the psychology of language. It covers topics such as language acquisition, comprehension, and production, as well as the relation between language and thought and the question of the uniqueness of language in the animal kingdom.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 342 Counseling Psychology 3.0 Credits

Covers theory and practice of establishing helping relationships. Includes role-playing, analyzing, and observations.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 345 Narrative Psychology 3.0 Credits

This course explores the historic contributions to the narrative tradition in psychology and its current research and theoretical concerns. We will discuss contributions to the construction of meaning from bioethics and medical humanities, qualitative research, the neuroscience of memory, literary theory, and social, cognitive, and developmental psychology.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 352 Psychology of Sustainability 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will examine the multidisciplinary study of the interrelationship between human behavior and the natural, built, and social environments. We will address how psychological theory and research is applicable to promoting a sustainable future and explore psychological aspects of the reciprocal relationship between humans and the rest of the natural world.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 355 Health Psychology 3.0 Credits

Health Psychology is designed to: concentrate on the application of psychological theories and variables to compromising and health enhancing behaviors; demonstrate the psychological management of chronic illness; and the role of psychologists written medical and health settings. For example, it focuses on the effects of stress on the body, the mind-body connection, and how psychology can affect physical well-being.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 356 Women's Health Psychology 3.0 Credits

Explores the major psychological and behavioral factors influencing health and illness among women. Topics, such as lifecycle challenges (PMS and reproductive health), chronic diseases, and new directions in health promotion are addressed.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 357 The Psychology of Eating Disorders and Obesity 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will cover the determinants of eating behavior and body weight as well as psychological treatments for them. We will review the factors influencing weight regulation as well as the causes, consequences, and treatments for anorexia, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and obesity.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 360 [WI] Experimental Psychology 3.0 Credits

This course examines the study of the basic scientific fundamentals of the experiment with emphasis upon the critical thinking this method represents in establishing psychological principles. A final experiment is required of all students in this course. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 265 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 368 Psychology - Inequity & Injustice 3.0 Credits

In this course we examine underlying values and beliefs of the field and place them in the context such as inequity, social justice, power relations, and what type of knowledge counts, to arrive at a more critical understanding of the practices and theories in psychology.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 370 Forensic Psychology 3.0 Credits

This course examines the psychological processes involved in the legal system. The material covered will delve into the growing field of psychological study and its application in the legal field.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 371 Law and Psychology 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will review specific information regarding to law and psychology. This includes exploring relevant research approaches and applications to the field. Important topics of focus include the criminal offending; the process between arrest, trial, and incarceration; eyewitness identification; psychological evaluations and other majors areas related to the intersection of law and psychology.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 111 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 380 Psychological Testing and Assessment 3.0 Credits

Enables the student to gain an understanding of the proper uses and applications of psychological evaluation by focusing on psychometric properties and reviewing selected tests and evaluation procedures commonly employed by psychologists in research and clinical practice.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 280 [Min Grade: D] and PSY 360 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 410 Neuropsychology 3.0 Credits

Provides a study of the relationship between human brain function and behavior. Examines basic anatomy of the brain and focuses on principles of human neuropsychological functioning. Studies cortical and "higher cognitive functioning" in depth through a focus on both normal and brain-injured individuals.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 450 Autism Spectrum Disorders 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will introduce students to research and issues involving individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Topics include societal perceptions of the disorder, epidemiology, advocacy, assessment and evaluation, adult issues, and legal issues. This course includes an overview of common interventions geared towards individuals on the spectrum.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: (PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]) and PSY 120 [Min Grade: C]

PSY 455 Psychology of Suicide and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury 3.0 Credits

This course focuses on the psychology of suicide and non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI). Topics will include assessment issues, risk and vulnerability factors, differences between suicide and NSSI, suicide across the life span, theories of suicide, prevention and treatment strategies, and special topics (e.g., suicide "by cop," euthanasia).

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 111 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 463 Memory 3.0 Credits

In this course, we will review what we know about how memory and forgetting work. We will also study the ways in which memory is fallible and modifiable. We will review findings from behavior and cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, and neuropsychology in order to try to understand how we remember and how we forget.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: PSY 101 [Min Grade: D] or PSY 112 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 490 [WI] Psychology Senior Thesis I 4.0 Credits

An in-depth exploration of selected topics. Projects are selected by students in consultation with a faculty member. The students conduct these projects over the course of three terms in which they take PSY 490, 491, and 492. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PSY and classification is Senior.

PSY 491 [WI] Psychology Senior Thesis II 4.0 Credits

An in-depth exploration of selected topics. Projects are selected by students in consultation with a faculty member. The students conduct these projects over the course of three terms in which they take PSY 490, 491, and 492. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PSY and classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: PSY 490 [Min Grade: D]

PSY 492 [WI] Psychology Senior Thesis III 4.0 Credits

An in-depth exploration of selected topics. Projects are selected by students in consultation with a faculty member. The students conduct these projects over the course of three terms in which they take PSY 490, 491, and 492. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is PSY and classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: PSY 491 [Min Grade: D]

PSY I199 Independent Study in PSY 0.0-12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY I299 Independent Study in PSY 0.0-12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY I399 Independent Study in PSY 0.0-12.0 Credits

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY I499 Independent Study in PSY 1.0-3.0 Credit

Self-directed within the area of study requiring intermittent consultation with a designated instructor.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY T180 Special Topics in Psychology 0.0-12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY T280 Special Topics in Psychology 0.0-12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY T380 Special Topics in Psychology 0.0-12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

PSY T480 Special Topics in Psychology 0.0-12.0 Credits

Topics decided upon by faculty will vary within the area of study.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

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