Psy 500 - Seminar
Topics offered at the graduate level that are not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material.
Psy 501 - Advanced Research Design & Analysis
Advanced topics in the design and analysis of psychological research.
Psy 539 - Physiological Processes
Overview of research methods and relevant aspects of neurophysiology, neuroanatomy and neuropharmacology. Applications of prior work to the problem of discovery in biopsychology.
Psy 541 - Cognitive Processes
Theories, methods, findings, and applications concerning memory and cognitive processes.
Psy 542 - Learning
Principles and theories of learning and motivation. Topics include conditioning, learning, incentive motivation, reward and punishment. Application to organizational and human resource management problems.
Psy 544 - Social Psychology
Advanced experimental and applied research and theoretical view points in social psychology. Topics include social perception, social cognition, attitudes & attitude change, social influence, prosocial behavior, interpersonal attraction, and group processes.
Psy 545 - Organizational Psychology
Introduction to major concepts and theories in organizational psychology through examination of research, theory, and application in organizational psychology topics such as: organizational entry & socialization, leadership, motivation, group processes, conflict, job design, and personality.
Psy 546 - Social Cognition
This course examines topics including group processes, mood and affect, decision making, discrimination, theory development, and leadership. The primary goal is to understand theory and research in social cognition.
Psy 570 - Individual Problems
Directed research and study on an individual basis.
Psy 580 - Special Topics
Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.
Psy 589 - Graduate Consultation
This course may be used only by students who have completed all of their course work (and thesis, if on a thesis plan) for a master's degree but who need additional faculty help or time.