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Students enrolled in the Masters of Experimental Psychology must complete the following coursework.
Prerequisites (or approved equivalents). These courses may be taken concurrently with certain program courses.
Methods and Statistics Courses. Choose at least three of the five courses listed below:
Required Core Courses
Electives in areas of concentration (selected in consultation with advisor). Total of 10-12 credits. Must be approved by program director.
Elective courses can include (but are not limited to): Psychology of Language (PSY 520); Psychology of Reading (PSY 525); Applied Clinical Neuroscience (PSY 578); Human Neuroanatomy (PSY 521); Advanced Cognitive Psychology (PSY 541); Psychopharmacology (PSY 579); Positive Psychology (PSY 530); Substance Abuse and Dependence (PSY 538); Behavioral Medicine and Health Psychology (PSY 515); Evolutionary Psychology (PSY 542); Advanced Principles of Learning (PSY 562); Advanced Animal Behavior (PSY 565); Behavior Disorders and Psychopathology (PSY 584); as well as 400-level or graduate-level courses in the Departments of Biology, Primate Behavior, Sociology, Philosophy, or Law and Justice.
Students must present their research either at CWU’s annual on-campus Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) or at another conference or public forum. This requirement must be completed at least two weeks before the end of the quarter in which the student is graduating.
Total Credits: 45
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