Graduate Courses

First-year courses include Human Cognition, Seminar in Social Psychology, Research Design and Analysis I & II (Univariate Statistics and Multivariate Statistics with Computer Applications), Seminar in Developmental Psychology, Seminar in Personality Psychology, and Directed Thesis Research.  A Professional Issues course that helps orient students to a variety of professional issues is also required and meets several times a semester.

Second-year courses include Biological Psychology, Current Topics in Psychology I & II (currently: Self-Regulation I: Social, Personality, Developmental and Self-Regulation II: Emotion, Cognition, and Neuroscience), and Thesis Research. In special circumstances, courses may also be taken in other departments, such as physiology, education, and health and exercise science.