Track 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.
  • Area Research Seminar is PSYC 913

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 819 Ethics & Professional Issues
  • PSYC 950 Seminar in Developmental Psychology (in each year past Year 4)
  • 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.
  • Area Research Seminar is PSYC 918.

 

Law & Forensic Psychology

Area Courses:

  1. PSYC 790 Seminar in Law and Psychology
  2. PSYC 815 Mental Health Law and Policy
  3. PSYC 810 Seminar in Social Psychology and Law
  4. PSYC 990 Seminar in Law and Psychology I

Additional requirements:

  • PSYC 990 Seminar in Law and Psychology II
  • PSYC 897 Research Project
  • PSYC 892 Practicum
  • 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 (every Fall and Spring term of MA and PhD)