For students in the Biobehavioral and Human Behavioral Psychopharmacology areas, the biobehavioral specialty course taught each semester is required seven out of the eight semesters over four years.
In Spring semesters, four required courses are offered in a rotating manner:
All graduate students, including those who transfer credits from other graduate programs, must have at least 15 credits of letter-graded course work prior to the completion of both their masters and the doctoral degrees.
Each student is required to obtain faculty-approved experience teaching in psychology. The minimum way to meet this requirement is through two weeks of guest lecturing, with faculty feedback on each lecture and development of exam questions or assignments related to the lectures. Please note that this is the minimal amount of teaching experience necessary to make it through the Ph.D. program. We strongly encourage you to seek out more opportunities to get even more experience. If you have questions about whether a particular teaching experience fulfills the requirement, please contact the General/Experimental director.
|General/Experimental Requirements||0||301 - Faculty Seminar|
|3||303 - Professional Seminar (Biobehavioral)|
|3||XXX - Professional Seminar: Developmental (365) or Social (330)|
|3||340 - Advanced Statistical Methods I|
|3||341 - Advanced Statistical Methods II|
|8||382 - Advanced Professional/Research Seminar|
|6||391 - Research Master's thesis credits|
|20||491 - Research Ph.D. thesis credits|
|Other Courses||29||Some 200-level Psychology courses|
|300-Level Psychology courses not listed above, including specialty courses|
|Some 300-level courses offered by other departments|
|Other electives by permission|