Coursework

Core Courses

All graduate students in the Department of Psychology complete a series of core courses in basic aspects of psychology.

Students may also add a Concentration in Quantative Psychology.

Health Clinical Courses

Health Clinical Courses: Health Clinical students take “clinical courses” in psychological evaluation (PSY 645), evidenced based treatments (PSY 656), and psychotherapy, ethics, and professional issues (PSY 657), and additional coursework to meet national professional organization (i.e. APA) guidelines for clinical training. In addition, health clinical students take “behavioral medicine courses” including an overview course in behavioral medicine (PSY 610), coursework in biobehavioral processes (PSY 606, 616), and for clinical students, psychological evaluation in physical disorders (PSY 648), and health psychology interventions (PSY 662). Please click here for an illustrative course schedule by year for Health Clinical students.


Behavioral Medicine Courses

Behavioral Medicine (non-clinical) Courses: Behavioral Medicine students take “behavioral medicine courses including an overview course in behavioral medicine (PSY 610), coursework in biobehavioral processes (PSY 606, 616), and for clinical students, psychological evaluation in physical disorders (PSY 648), and health psychology interventions (PSY 662). Please click here for an illustrative course schedule by year for Behavioral Medicine (non-clinical) students.