Area Requirements

Psychology Graduate Program


Cognitive & Neural Sciences

  • Area courses are determined for each student individually and may include courses both from within and outside the Department
  • PSYC 913 Area Research Seminar

Developmental

Area Courses:

  1. PSYC 750 Seminar in Developmental Psychology
  2. PSYC 950 Seminar in Developmental Psychology I
  3. PSYC 944 Seminar in Psychopathology
  4. PSYC 950 Seminar in Developmental Psychology II

Additional requirements:

  • PSYC 950 Seminar in Developmental Psychology III (in Year 4)
  • PSYC 950 Seminar in Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 914 Area Research Seminar

 

History, Quantitative & Theoretical

  • Area courses are determined for each student individually and may include courses both from within and outside the Department
  • Students will typically be required to take more than 4 area courses
  • PSYC 918 Area Research Seminar

 

Law & Forensic Psychology

Area Courses:

  1. PSYC 790 Seminar in Law and Psychology
  2. PSYC 791 Proseminar 2 in Law and Psychology
  3. PSYC 815 Mental Health Law and Policy
  4. PSYC 990 Seminar in Law and Psychology I

Additional requirements:

  • PSYC 990 Seminar in Law and Psychology II
  • PSYC 892 Practicum in Law and Psychology
  • PSYC 897 Research Project
  • PSYC 916 Area Research Seminar

 

Social

Area Courses:

  1. PSYC 960 Seminar in Social Psychology I
  2. PSYC 960 Seminar in Social Psychology II
  3. PSYC 960 Seminar in Social Psychology III
  4. PSYC 960 Seminar in Social Psychology IV

Additional requirements:

  • PSYC 917 Area Research Seminar