PSYC 5302 Indiv Psychological Tests 3 SCH (3-0)
PSYC 5304 Counseling and Psychotherapy 3 SCH (3-0)
A survey of the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy. Prerequisites: 6 semester hours of advanced psychology or the equivalent.
PSYC 5305 Graduate Research Project 3 SCH (3)
Designed for project option students and requires completion of research project. Prerequisite: departmental approval. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 semester hours.
PSYC 5306 Thesis 3 SCH (3)
Designed for thesis option students. The course requires completion of thesis research. Prerequisite: departmental approval. May be repeated for maximum of 6 semester hours.
PSYC 5308 Intro to Counseling Psych 3 SCH (3-0)
Fundamentals of professional counseling and psychotherapy. Definitions and the history of counseling and psychotherapy, settings for professional practice, professional development, contemporary issues and ethics, and models of counseling and psychotherapy and their associated techniques.
PSYC 5309 Cognitive Psychology 3 SCH (3-0)
Analysis of theoretical, empirical, methodological and applied issues in such areas as attention, pattern recognition, memory, language and problem solving. The relationship between cognition and such individual-difference variables as age, intelligence and expertise will be covered.
PSYC 5310 Data Analys in Social Research 3 SCH (3-0)
An intermediate level statistics course on linear modeling, with an emphasis on statistical data analysis; data management, data manipulation and introduction to linear modeling (ANOVA and classical linear regression). Prerequisite: PSYC 3381 or its equivalent. (Credit may not be obtained in both PSYC 5310 and SOCI 5310.)
PSYC 5311 Addictions Counseling 3 SCH (3-0)
Introduction to current research on psychological, social, legal and situational factors involved in substance abuse and addiction. Attention to treatment procedures and treatment facilities. Addiction, defined broadly, includes eating and gambling disorders.
PSYC 5313 Physiological Psychology 3 SCH (3-0)
An intensive study of the biological mechanisms underlying behavior and applications of biological psychology to human problems. This course covers biological foundations, evolution and development of the nervous system, perception and action, the regulation of behavior, emotions and mental disorders and cognitive neuroscience.
PSYC 5314 Selected Topics in Psychol 3 SCH (3-0)
Literature and research in areas of psychology not otherwise treated in depth in available courses. May be repeated for credit with change in topic. Prerequisite: courses appropriate to the selected topic.
PSYC 5315 Practicum in Counseling 3 SCH (2-10-0)
PSYC 5316 Couples Counseling 3 SCH (3-0)
Systems theory therapies and practices relative to assessment, research, and treatment of couples. Explores cognitive, affective, interactional, and systemic theories of human behavior and change as related to couples.
PSYC 5317 Multicultural Theory & Counsel 3 SCH (3-0)
Introduction to research, theories, and paradigms of counseling with diverse populations; focus on diversity variables such as race/ethnicity, culture, age, religion/spiritual orientation, sexual orientation, disability, class status, and gender.
PSYC 5319 Life Span Devel Theory andTech 3 SCH (3-0)
A study of psychological, social, cultural, physical and emotional factors affecting personality development and behavior throughout the life span. Emphasis on theoretical perspectives on development.
PSYC 5325 Psychopathology 3 SCH (3)
A survey of the research, theories, assessment and treatment models of psychopathology.
PSYC 5326 Advanced Abnormal Psychology 3 SCH (3-0)
PSYC 5331 Lifestyles and Career Devel 3 SCH (3-0)
A review of psychological research, theory and methodologies in the world of work, including the nature of organizations and the worker, group processes and training, communication, attitudes, motivation and leadership.
PSYC 5332 Psychology of Women 3 SCH (3-0)
An intensive overview of the special social, psychological and biological issues facing women in contemporary Western culture. Topics include gender role formation and differences, female sexuality, relationships, values, status and wellness.
PSYC 5333 Ethics and Legal issues 3 SCH (3-0)
An intensive study of ethical and legal issues for students with a background in counseling or related areas. Focuses on basic issues, values clarification, foundations of ethical positions and interaction with the legal profession.
PSYC 5334 Ethics II 3 SCH (3-0)
Advanced training regarding professional issues and ethics in counseling. Attention to record management and business law, as they relate to professional counselor practice. Focus on current professional-organization ethical codes.
PSYC 5336 Clinical Assessment 3 SCH (0-3)
The assessment of abnormal behavior with emphasis on symptomatic behavior, clinical diagnosis and writing assessments and planning treatment.
PSYC 5344 Group Therapy 3 SCH (3-0)
A study of the theoretical concepts of types of groups, stages of group development and leadership skills.
PSYC 5352 Advanced Social Psychology 3 SCH (3-0)
Advanced study of how peoples' thoughts, feelings and behaviors are influenced by actual, imagines or implied other people. Topics include the psychological study of conformity, attitudes, aggression, altruism, conflict and cooperation.
PSYC 5381 Behavioral Science Research 3 SCH (0-3)