Students enrolled in the General Experimental Psychology specialization must complete the following coursework:
Prerequisites: Research Methods in Psychology (PSY 300), Introductory Statistics (PSY 362), and Intermediate Statistics and Research Methods (PSY 363), or approved equivalents. These courses may be taken concurrently with certain program courses. (Note: At Central Washington University, Math 130 or higher is required for Introductory Statistics).
MS in Experimental Psychology Core Courses
Methods and Statistics Credits
Choose at least two of the following four courses:
Theory and Research Credits:
Choose at least three of the following four courses:
Other Required Courses:
Plus elective credits determined in consultation with the student’s advisors.
Elective courses can include (but are not limited to): Psychology of Reading (PSY 525); Evolutionary Psychology (PSY 542); Tests and Measurement (PSY 544); 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.
Specialization Total Credits: 48
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