Psychology (PSYC)

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PSYC 100  Applications of Critical Thinking and Decision Making  3 Units  GE  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An examination of the role of critical thinking in daily life and scientific pursuits. Both inductive and deductive approaches to solving problems are utilized. Selected topics are investigated with an emphasis upon common logical fallacies in the interpretation of personal observations and empirical data. 3 hours lecture.  (021166)  
General Education: Critical Thinking (A3)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 101  Principles of Psychology  3 Units  GE  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Introduction to concepts and problems in psychology. Topics include perception, learning, development, motivation, personality, abnormal behavior, and biological and social bases of behavior. 3 hours lecture.  (007881)  
General Education: Lifelong Learning and Self-Development (E)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 110  Laboratory in Human Relations  1 Unit  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is designed to give a beginning psychology student instruction and experiential training in the basic factors of constructive human relations. Only 2 units of PSYC 110 can be applied to meet graduation requirements. 3 hours independent study.  (007883)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 2 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 151  Socio-Cultural Context of Psychological Development  3 Units  GE, USD  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Examination of social and cultural influences on emotional, social, and intellectual development. Specific emphasis on children raised in lower socio-economic environments as well as children of American Indian, Mexican-American, and black cultures. 3 hours lecture.  (007889)  
General Education: Social Sciences (D)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division; U.S. Diversity  
PSYC 152  Developmental Wellness  3 Units  GE  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
The three major topics of this course are health, well being, and resilience, Students explore the relationship between physical and mental well being. The interrelationship between the well being of individuals and the well being of communities are examined. Plans for improving one's own health at different moments in the life course are made. 3 hours lecture.  (021167)  
General Education: Social Sciences (D)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 198  Special Topics  1-3 Units  
Typically Offered: Inquire at department  
This course is for special topics offered for 1.0-3.0 units. Typically the topic is offered on a one-time-only basis and may vary from term to term and be different for different sections. See the Class Schedule for the specific topic being offered. Courses may be offered with activity or laboratory components. 3 hours lecture.  (007899)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course more than once  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 261  Research Methods in Psychology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: ENGL 130W or JOUR 130W (or equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher. Prerequisite or corequisite: PSYC 101.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Aspects of the psychological research process and research methods, including measurement and the quantitative description of behavior. Topics also include hypothesis formation and testing, major research approaches to psychological phenomena, and the critical assessment of research. 3 hours lecture.  (007898)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Lower Division  
PSYC 301  Navigating Psychology: The Major and Beyond  3 Units  
Prerequisite: ENGL 130W or JOUR 130W (or equivalent, PSYC 101 may be taken concurrently.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An overview of the academic landscape in psychology and career options for psychology majors, with an emphasis on skill development for academic and professional success, including professional writing in psychology. 3 hours lecture.  (021866)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 315  Environmental Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course examines the social-psychological aspects of the interdependence of humans and their environment. The course emphasizes psychological theory and current research along with a practical focus on environmental issues. 3 hours lecture.  (007971)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division; Sustainable Course  
PSYC 321  Brain, Mind, and Behavior  3 Units  GE  
Prerequisite: GE Oral Communication (A1); GE Written Communication (A2); GE Critical Thinking (A3); GE Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (B4) requirements, or consent of the instructor.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course explores the fundamental relationships between brain function, mental states and consciousness, and human behavior. Attention is given to the influence of brain research on artificial intelligence, neural networks, and computer technology, and to the current metaphor of brain as computer. The course focus is on basic brain processes involved in sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, learning and memory, and language and consciousness. 3 hours lecture.  (007919)  
General Education: Upper-Division Social Sciences (UDD); Health and Wellness Pathway; Science, Technology, and Society Pathway  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 323  Health Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course provides an introduction to the field of health psychology which is the field within psychology devoted to understanding psychological influences on how people stay healthy, why they become ill, and how they respond when they do get ill. Topics include a study of health psychology as a profession, the bio-psychosocial model of health, health belief models and human behavior, health-compromising and health-enhancing behaviors, cognitive-behavioral approaches to behavior change, stress and coping, personality and health, and psychological issues in heart disease, cancer, AIDS, and other diseases. 3 hours discussion.  (007975)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 324  Biological Psychology  4 Units  
Prerequisite: ENGL 130W or JOUR 130W (or equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher, PSYC 101, PSYC 261.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An introduction to basic processes involved in brain function and an overview of the biological bases of behaviors such as sleep, biological rhythms, sex, emotions, learning and memory, language, laterality, and psychophysiological states such as depression, anxiety disorders, and schizophrenia. The laboratory includes the study of neuroanatomy and experiments on topics such as EEG, GSR, biofeedback, hemisphere specialization, and cardiovascular reactivity. 3 hours laboratory, 3 hours lecture.  (007901)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 4 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 333  Human Perception  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
A review of the major theories, phenomena, and research associated with the structure and function of the sensory and perceptual systems. Primary emphasis is on the visual and auditory systems, but gustation, olfaction, and skin perception are also reviewed. 3 hours lecture.  (007985)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 334  Cognition  3 Units  
Prerequisite: ENGL 130W or JOUR 130W (or equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher, PSYC 101, PSYC 261, or faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An in-depth examination of current research and theory in cognition. Topics include attention, memory models, language, problem solving, creativity, reasoning, decision making, human and artificial intelligence, and cognitive development. 3 hours lecture.  (007903)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 341  Cross-Cultural Psychology  3 Units  GC  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course focuses on the importance and various influences of culture on human behavior. Beginning with an examination of theoretical definitions of culture, the course covers a broad range of research that highlights the contributions of cross-cultural psychology to the understanding of human behavior within and between cultures. In addition, conceptual, methodological, and practical issues in cross-cultural research and applications are covered. 3 hours discussion.  (005638)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division; Global Cultures  
PSYC 345  Psychology of Women  3 Units  GE  
Prerequisite: GE Oral Communication (A1); GE Written Communication (A2); GE Critical Thinking (A3); GE Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (B4) requirements, or consent of the instructor.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Important issues, theories, and research related to the psychology of women are examined. Common stereotypes, myths, and typical societal expectations are explored in terms of biological, social, psychological, and development determinants. Additionally, the social construction of gender categories, female sexuality, victimization of women, mental health of women, and issues related to education, work, and family are examined. Information in this course should serve as a catalyst for constructive change by revealing deficiencies in psychological research and theories relevant to gender, sexuality, cultural, and ethnic issues. 3 hours lecture.  (007907)  
General Education: Upper-Division Social Sciences (UDD); Gender and Sexuality Pathway; Science, Technology, and Society Pathway  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 353  Learning in the Young Child  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Examination of psychological factors involved in the learning processes of children. 3 hours lecture.  (007884)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 354  Psychology of Adulthood and Aging  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
An introduction to the psychological processes and phenomena associated with middle and older adulthood. 3 hours lecture.  (004457)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 355  Survey of Child and Adolescent Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Examination of the theories and empirical research relevant to physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development from the prenatal period through adolescence. Influences such as family, peers, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and media are also examined. The interaction between nature and nurture on developmental outcomes is interwoven throughout the course. 3 hours lecture.  (007925)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 364  Statistical Methods in Psychology  4 Units  
Prerequisite: ENGL 130W or JOUR 130W (or equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher, PSYC 101, PSYC 261.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
The analysis of research data in psychology using inferential statistical methods, with an emphasis on relevant statistical designs, understanding statistical conclusions in published research, and professional report writing. Descriptive statistics, graphing, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression, chi-square, t-tests, and analysis of variance. Single factor designs and ANOVA, post-hoc comparisons, repeated measures ANOVA, and simple factorial designs. Professional reporting of research. Laboratory provides examples, applications, and development of research data analysis and statistical evaluation skills. 3 hours laboratory, 3 hours lecture.  (007904)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 4 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 381  Abnormal Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Introduction to the study of psychopathology (or psychology disorders) with an emphasis on diagnostic criteria, assessment and testing, and treatment models. 3 hours lecture.  (007939)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 382  Psychology of Personality  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Introduction to the nature and development of personality, with emphasis on the normal adult, including theories of personality, techniques of assessment, and a survey of current research. 3 hours lecture.  (007944)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 391  Psychology of Prejudice, Hate, and Violence  3 Units  GE, USD  
Prerequisite: GE Oral Communication (A1); GE Written Communication (A2); GE Critical Thinking (A3); GE Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (B4) requirements, or consent of the instructor.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Examination of the nature of prejudice and hate and their contribution to societal violence. How prejudice and hatred affect personal, family, and group behavior are considered in a context of understanding factors that contribute to their development. Strategies for reducing the prevalence of prejudice, hatred, and violence in our contemporary culture are evaluated. 3 hours lecture.  (007908)  
General Education: Upper-Division Social Sciences (UDD); Race, Ethnicity, and Sovereignty Pathway  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division; U.S. Diversity  
PSYC 393  Psychology of Romantic Relationships  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
The interrelationship of psychological, physiological, and cultural factors in romantic relationship development and family relations. 3 hours lecture.  (007937)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 395  Social Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An overview of social psychology, emphasizing the variety of social factors that influence individual behavior including topics such as the self-serving bias, culture, persuasion, conformity, prejudice, aggression, and attraction. 3 hours lecture.  (007952)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 398  Contemporary Problems in Psy  1-3 Units  
Typically Offered: Inquire at department  
This course is for special topics offered for 1.0-3.0 units. Typically the topic is offered on a one-time-only basis and may vary from term to term and be different for different sections. See the Class Schedule for the specific topic being offered. Courses may be offered with activity or laboratory components. 9 hours supervision.  (007921)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course more than once  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 398H  Special Topics - Honors  1-3 Units  
Prerequisite: Department permission.  
Typically Offered: Inquire at department  
This course is for special topics offered for 1.0-3.0 units. Typically the topic is offered on a one-time-only basis and may vary from term to term and be different for different sections. See the Class Schedule for the specific topic being offered. 3 hours seminar.  (020428)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 99 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 399  Special Problems  1-3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is an independent study of special problems and is offered for 1.0-3.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 9 hours supervision.  (007922)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 399HW  Honors Seminar in Psychology I (W)  3 Units  W, GW  
Prerequisite: GE Written Communication (A2) requirement, PSYC 101, PSYC 261, PSYC 364, and 9 units of other upper-division psychology courses.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Open only by invitation to students in the top 5% of the major; Seminar for Honors students. Course will focus on the development of a creative project in psychology, its presentation, discussion of relevant research materials, and the reporting of findings. 9 hours supervision.  (007991)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division; Writing Course; Graduation Writing Assessment  
PSYC 401W  Capstone Seminar in Psychology (W)  3 Units  W, GW  
Prerequisite: GE Written Communication (A2) requirement, PSYC 101, PSYC 261, PSYC 364, and four additional courses in the major.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This is the capstone course in the major. Students integrate different topics and perspectives, previously examined in the core and elective courses. This integration centers on important contemporary issues and problems in the discipline of psychology. After an in-depth examination of the issue, students generate solutions to problems, new lines of research or fusions of perspectives, depending upon the topic under investigation. Multiple sections of PSYC 401 are offered each semester, each focusing on a unique topic. Students in this seminar participate in advanced readings, writing, reporting, discussion, demonstration, oral presentation, and experiential components. 3 hours seminar.  (007990)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division; Writing Course; Graduation Writing Assessment  
PSYC 414  Psychology of Teaching  3 Units  
Prerequisite: A course in developmental psychology, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Applications of principles of the psychology of human learning and development and counseling to educational practice. Prospective teachers analyze their motivations, personal value systems, role conceptualizations, and self-attitudes in relation to demands of the teaching profession. Concepts of emotional, social, and cognitive development as well as of childhood learning and motivation are applied to development of learning experiences for elementary school children. Enrollment is restricted to second-semester juniors, seniors, and graduates. 3 hours seminar.  (007900)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 425  Neuropsychology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 321 or PSYC 324 or any course which has covered basic brain anatomy, or faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Course examines the behavioral changes which accompany certain known damages to the human brain. Topics include the neuropsychology of language, emotions, memory, learning, movement, personality, aggression, cerebral dominance, neuropsychological assessment, clinical syndromes following head trauma and stroke, developmental learning disorders, and disorders of aging, including Alzheimer's Disease. 3 hours discussion.  (007978)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 463  History and Systems of Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Inquire at department  
Development of psychology from ancient to modern times. Relationship of this development to twentieth-century systematic viewpoints in psychology. 3 hours lecture.  (007986)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 466  Elements of Learning and Behavior  3 Units  
Prerequisite: GE Written Communication (A2) requirement, PSYC 101, PSYC 261.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An examination of the principles of learning and the environmental determinants of behavior change, emphasizing fundamental mechanisms such as habituation, sensitization, classical conditioning, and operant conditioning, as well as applications of those mechanisms. 3 hours lecture.  (007905)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 489  Internship in Applied Psy  1-6 Units  
Prerequisite: Necessary background for specific internship.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is an internship offered for 1.0-6.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. This course provides directed experience in agencies, institutions, or work setting appropriate to the application of psychological background and training. 0 hours independent study.  (007988)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 15 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 499  Special Problems  1-3 Units  
Prerequisite: Faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is an independent study of special problems offered for 1.0-3.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 9 hours supervision.  (007995)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 499H  Honors Seminar in Psychology II  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Completion of PSYC 399HW with a B or higher, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
A seminar for Honors students. Prepare the creative project begun in PSY 399HW for presentation and publication. 9 hours supervision.  (007992)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 524  Neuroscience  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 321 or PSYC 324 or faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
A study of the physiological processes and anatomical regions of the nervous system which underlie the behaviors of sensation/perception, movement, motivation (sleep and dreams; hunger and eating disorders), emotion (pleasure and addiction; fear, stress, and health), cognition (language; learning and memory), and disorders of the human brain (depressive disorders, anxiety disorders; schizophrenia; and Alzheimer's disease). The course also includes study of the current methods used by neuroscientists to study brain and behavior in humans. 3 hours discussion.  (007979)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 560  Principles of Psychological Measurement  3 Units  
Prerequisite: A course in statistics including research design.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Basic psychological measurement theory and principles of test construction. 2 hours activity, 2 hours discussion.  (007960)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 571  Psychopharmacology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
The study of the mechanisms by which psychotropic drugs and natural plant substances alter human behavior and psychological state. The course emphasizes fundamentals of brain function (neurotransmitter-receptor interactions), principles of pharmacology, drugs of abuse and dependence, clinical pharmacology (the use of medications to treat behavioral, psychological, and psychiatric conditions such as eating disorders, hyperactivity, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and Alzheimer's disease), and the use of drugs to alter cognitive states and improve attention, memory, and learning. 3 hours lecture.  (007974)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 573  Introduction to Counseling Psychology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Senior or graduate standing, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Theory of individual and family counseling and laboratory practice in individual counseling. 3 hours laboratory, 2 hours lecture.  (007976)  
Grade Basis: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Upper Division  
PSYC 600  Research and Evaluation Methods  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 364 or equivalent, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
An examination of the nature and process of understanding and evaluating, as well as designing and conducting psychological research and evaluations studies. Important issues and criteria for evaluating quality and drawing conclusions will be emphasized. 3 hours seminar.  (007996)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 603  Advanced Developmental Psychology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 355, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Study of both typical human development and individual differences. Developmental issues and life events from infancy to old age and their effects upon individuals, couples, and family relationships. Emphasis will be on current theory and research related to social, emotional, and language development, and its relationship to practice. Biological and environmental influences are addressed. 3 hours seminar.  (008018)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 605  Advanced Human Learning  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 466 or PSYC 362, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Factors contributing to acquisition, performance, and retention. The methods of evaluating learning. 3 hours seminar.  (008020)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 610  Advanced General Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Survey of topics in general psychology and recent relevant research. Particular emphasis on major theoretical positions. 3 hours seminar.  (008002)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 611  Advanced Statistical Methods in Psychology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 364, PSYC 600 or faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Principles of experimental design and the philosophy of science, with emphasis on the evaluation of multivariate correlational data. 3 hours seminar.  (008000)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 615  Seminar in Contemporary Issues of General Psychology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Detailed study and discussion of a specific area in general psychology. Content will reflect instructor's specialization. 3 hours seminar.  (008003)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 620  Professional Seminar  1 Unit  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Discussion of contemporary topics within psychological science. 1 hour lecture.  (022266)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 628A  Issues in Teaching Counseling Process  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in psychology, concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of PSYC 673A, concurrent enrollment in PSYC 629A, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Consideration of issues and techniques in teaching counseling skills at the college level. 1 hour seminar.  (008011)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 628B  Issues in Teaching College Psychology  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in psychology, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Comprehensive consideration of issues in teaching at the college level and techniques related to successful instruction. 1 hour seminar.  (008012)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 1 unit  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 629A  Supervised Teaching of Counseling Process  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in psychology, concurrent enrollment in PSYC 628A, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Supervised teaching of lecture or laboratory work in college-level counseling courses. 1 hour seminar.  (008014)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 629B  Supervised Teaching of College Psychology  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in psychology, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Supervised teaching of lecture or laboratory work in college-level psychology courses. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 1 hour seminar.  (008015)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 4 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 632  School Psychologist as Counselor  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573 with a grade of B or higher.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
This course covers organization, planning, management, and evaluation of comprehensive counseling programs within the school setting; appropriate roles and functions of school psychologist as counselor at various school levels coordination of professional services; and professional issues such as ethics and associations as they specifically relate to provision of counseling and mental health services are included. 3 hours clinical.  (022060)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 634  Practicum in School Counseling Interventions  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573, PSYC 632, PSYC 680, all with grades of B or higher.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Examination of a variety of school counseling interventions and roles, including leadership and supervision. Supervised practice in the following activities: a) counseling groups of children, b) classroom instruction in emotional awareness, social skills, and conflict resolution, c) intervention with children in crisis, and d) leading interdisciplinary or other team meetings. 3 hours clinical.  (008022)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 636  Practicum in Behavioral Consultation in Schools  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 605, PSYC 650, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Directed consultation experience in school setting to effect changes in behavior for particular children or classrooms. 3 hours clinical.  (008025)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 639  Practicum in Academic Intervention  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 605, PSYC 660.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Concepts, principles, methods, and skills of instructional consultation in the schools. Supervised practice in the design, implementation and evaluation of empirically-based interventions in schools for academic skill deficits. 3 hours clinical.  (008024)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 641  Applied Psychopharmacology  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
The study of psychopharmacology in a clinical setting. This course emphasizes applied clinical pharmacology, knowledge of drug interactions, compliance issues, drug seeking, and polypharmacy. 3 hours seminar.  (021250)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 643  Psychopathology  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 381, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Seminar in child, adolescent, and adult psychopathology. The etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of selected mental disorders using the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders framework. 3 hours seminar.  (007949)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 650  Introduction to School Consultation  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
This is an introductory graduate course designed to provide students with theoretical background in school-based psychological consultation. Students are exposed to a variety of theoretical models of consultation (behavioral, mental health, ecological, instructional, organizational), and have opportunities to develop relevant skills (problem solving, communication/interpersonal). 3 hours clinical.  (022059)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 655  School Psychology: Cultural Considerations in Service Delivery  3 Units  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
This course is designed particularly for students who intend to work in schools or with other child and adolescent populations to examine diversity. Emphasis is placed on previously learned knowledge and skills as applied to culturally diverse populations and intersectionality, which describes the merging or intersection of multiple marginalized identities. Addressing the multiple dimensions of identity and the potential for discrimination expands school professionals'' ability to advocate for a free and appropriate public education (FAPE), with accessible academic and mental health services, for all students. Models for change at various levels are addressed. 3 hours clinical.  (022058)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 660  Instructionally Focused Assessment in the Schools  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 560, classified status, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Survey of theory and methods of selecting, administering, and interpreting screening instruments, norm-referenced tests, curriculum-based assessments, and observational systems to identify academic and behavioral concerns and design appropriate instructional interventions. Research-based instructional strategies and effective schools/teachers research serve as the basis for intervention designed to help all students reach academic standards. 3 hours clinical.  (008030)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 661  Assessment of Intelligence and Cognition  2 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 660, concurrent enrollment in PSYC 661P, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
An overview of theories of intelligence, basic concepts related to psychometrics, and issues related to the use and misuse of psychological tests with various populations of school-age children. Stresses a critical analysis of currently used tests of intelligence, with special consideration of the Wechsler scales and Stanford-Binet. 2 hours clinical.  (008033)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 2 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 661P  Practicum in Assessment of Intelligence and Cognition  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: PSYC 660, concurrent enrollment in PSYC 661, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Practice in the selection, administration, scoring and interpretation of individually-administered tests of intelligence and cognition. Includes training in the preparation of written reports. 1 hour clinical.  (008034)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 1 unit  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 662  Social and Emotional Assessment  2 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 660, PSYC 661, PSYC 661P; School Psychology Credential/PPS students only; faculty permission.  
Corequisites: PSYC 662P.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
The assessment of the socio-emotional functioning and behavior of the school-aged child. Understanding of various issues related to personality assessment, test construction and design, and childhood psychopathology is emphasized. Critical examination of numerous instruments and procedures currently used in the social and emotional assessment of children. 2 hours clinical.  (008036)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 2 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 662P  Practicum in Social and Emotional Assessment  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: PSYC 660, PSYC 661, PSYC 661P; School Psychology Credential/PPS students only; faculty permission.  
Corequisites: PSYC 662.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Practice in the selection, administration and interpretation of various tests and procedures used in the socio-emotional assessment of children. Includes training in the preparation of written reports. 1 hour clinical.  (008037)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 1 unit  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 663  Advanced Supervision in Psychological Assessment  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 661, PSYC 661P, PSYC 662, PSYC 662P, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Provides advanced training in the meaningful interpretation of various forms of assessment and the communication of this information in the form of a written report. Supervision of cases from field-based practice. 9 hours supervision.  (008038)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 665  Psychological Assessment Marriage and Family Therapists  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 643 strongly recommended, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
An examination of psychological assessment procedures commonly used in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Includes training in the use and interpretation of selected procedures within the scope of MFT practice and familiarization with other tests and instruments used collaboratively in patient/client care by other mental health professionals. Also covered is spousal or partner abuse assessment. 3 hours seminar.  (008039)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 670  Introduction to Group Counseling  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573 with a grade of B or higher, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
The theory, research, and laboratory practice of group counseling techniques with small groups and families. 3 hours laboratory, 2 hours seminar.  (007977)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 671  Child/Adolescent Therapy  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Seminar addressing systemic therapy focusing on childhood and adolescence. Topics include specific treatment modalities used with children and parents and various issues developed in childhood and adolescence. 3 hours seminar.  (008043)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 672  Multicultural Issues in Therapy  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573 (may be taken concurrently), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Seminar addressing the evaluation of the various models of psychotherapy as they relate to ethnic minorities and the influence of the mores and values of various ethnic minority populations upon the counseling process. Self-exploration of racial/ethnic perceptions, attitudes, and experiences. Review and evaluation of contemporary examples of cross-cultural research. 3 hours seminar.  (008044)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 673A  Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum I  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Classified Status in MA or MS Psychology program, PSYC 573 (with grade of B or higher), Faculty permission, PSYC 679 (may be taken concurrently) for MS students only.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Stresses introductory and advanced skill development in marriage and family therapy through a supervised practicum setting. May not be repeated more than once without approval of the Psychology Graduate Committee, in consultation with MS subcommittee. 9 hours supervision.  (008046)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 673B  Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum II  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Candidacy in MS Psychology program, PSYC 670 (with grade of B or higher), PSYC 673A (with grade of B or higher), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Stresses introductory and advanced skill development in marriage and family therapy through a supervised practicum setting. May not be repeated more than once without approval of the Psychology Graduate Committee, in consultation with MS subcommittee. 9 hours supervision.  (008047)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 673C  Marriage and Family Therapy Practicum III  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Candidacy in MS Psychology program, PSYC 673A (with grade of B or higher) and PSYC 673B (with grade of B or higher), PSYC 675 (may be taken concurrently), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Stresses advanced clinical skill development and professional identity development in marriage and family therapy through a supervised practicum setting. May not be repeated more than once without the approval of the Psychology Graduate Committee, in consultation with MC subcommittee. 9 hours supervision.  (008048)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 674  Substance Abuse and Addictions Counseling  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573 (may be taken concurrently), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Counseling issues related to substance abuse and addictions. Emphasis is on the etiology, prevention, assessment, diagnosis, treatment of substance abuse, behavioral addictions, and dual-diagnosis disorders. 3 hours seminar.  (008049)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 675  Theories of Family Therapy: Marital, Familial, and Child Issues  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
An advanced seminar in Marriage and Family Therapy providing a contemporary and integrative study of the field of marriage and family therapy, emphasizing current theory, research, and practice. 3 hours seminar.  (008050)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 677  Couples Therapy and Sexuality  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 675 (may be taken concurrently), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course covers the study of couples therapy with a focus on sexuality. The course introduces the most current and relevant models of couple therapy as well as develops fundamental skills to practicing couples therapy. The course also considers issues related to sexuality and the impact on therapy. 3 hours seminar.  (021251)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 678  Mental Health Recovery and Wellness  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 573 (may be taken concurrently), faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Seminar studying recovery and wellness in the field of mental health with an emphasis on the philosophy and service delivery approaches adopted by California and codified in the Mental Health Services Act. 3 hours seminar.  (021249)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 679  Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues in Marriage and Family Therapy  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Seminar examining professional ethics and California law for Marriage and Family Therapists and other mental health professionals. Therapeutic, clinical, and practical considerations involved in legal and ethical practice of Marriage and Family Therapy. Topics: scope of practice, ethical and legal issues, current legal patterns and trends in mental health profession, aging and long-term care, psychotherapist/patient privilege, confidentiality, dangerousness, and treatment of minors, with and without parental consent. Relationship between practitioner's sense of self and human values and professional behavior and ethics will be explored. 3 hours seminar.  (008056)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 680  School Psychology: Introduction to the Profession, the Education System, and Prevention  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
History and development of the profession; current and emergent roles of school psychologists; introduction to areas of professional expertise; preventive service delivery; and education as a social system. 3 hours seminar.  (008057)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 681  School Psychology: Study of Childhood Exceptionalities  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 680, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Examination of various childhood exceptionalities including specific learning disabilities, mental retardation, behavioral and emotional disorders, low-incidence neurologically-based disorders, and physical and health related handicaps from birth to early adulthood; emphasis on role of school psychologist in identification and intervention; review of special education referral process and service delivery options; overview of classroom modifications, adaptations and inclusionary practices. 3 hours seminar.  (008058)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 682  School Psychology: Legal and Ethical Principles and Preventive Service Delivery  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 680, PSYC 681, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Laws and ethical principles relevant to the practice of school psychology and their application to daily practice and professional dilemmas; program development and evaluation; national standards and models in pupil services; collaborative service delivery models. 3 hours seminar.  (008059)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 687  Traineeship in Marital and Family Therapy  1-9 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 673A and PSYC 673B (with grade of B or higher in each course); PSYC 673B may be taken concurrently with program coordinator permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. Supervised MFT traineeship in a campus or community setting for those pursuing MFT licensure. A minimum of 6 units is required for MS in Psychology. 0 hours supervision.  (008075)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 9 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 688A  School Psychology: Practicum in School Psychology I  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Open only to students admitted to the School Psychology Program.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Supervised school psychology practicum experience in the school setting. 9 hours supervision.  (022065)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 688B  Practicum in School Psychology II  3 Units  
Prerequisite: PSYC 688A, open only to students admitted to the School Psychology Program.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Supervised practicum experience in the school setting. 9 hours supervision.  (008082)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 689A  Internship in School Psychology I  5 Units  
Prerequisite: Open only to approved candidates for School Psychology.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
Internship in selected school psychology setting. 15 hours supervision.  (008084)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 5 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 689B  Internship in School Psychology II  5 Units  
Prerequisite: Open only to approved candidates for School Psychology.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Internship in selected school psychology setting. 15 hours supervision.  (008085)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 5 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 694  Research Assistantship  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: PSYC 364 or equivalent and at least conditionally classified status, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Students learn the research process through active participation in various phases of faculty research, including theoretical development, methodology, data collection, analysis and interpretation, report writing and, when appropriate, conference presentations. 3 hours supervision.  (008090)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 4 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 695  Seminar in Research Problems  1 Unit  
Prerequisite: PSYC 600 or its equivalent, faculty permission; PSYC 611 is recommended.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Theoretical development and design of an empirical research study to further develop skills and completion of a written research proposal by the student, with faculty assistance and supervision. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 1 hour seminar.  (008089)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 2 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 696A  School Psychology: Comprehensive Exam I  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Open only to students admitted to the School Psychology Program.  
Typically Offered: Fall only  
{Cogrequisite: PSYC 689A. Designed for School Psychology students who have chosen the comprehensive exam as a culminating activity. The exam includes passing a written portion in the fall semester of the internship year. 9 hours supervision.  (022066)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 696B  School Psy: Comprehensive Exam II  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Spring only  
Designed for School Psychology students who have chosen the comprehensive exam as a culminating activity. The exam includes both written and oral components and is offered during the student's last semester of master's study. 9 hours supervision.  (015916)  
Grade Basis: Credit/No Credit  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 696M  Marriage and Family Therapy Comprehensive Exam  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy in the M.S. in Psychology; faculty permission. Completion of all courses required as part of the M.S. in Psychology (or are concurrently enrolled).  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
As a culminating activity for the MS in Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy program, students may participate in the MFT Program Comprehensive Exam. The MFT comprehensive exam experience is designed to mirror the two required examinations for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California. The course experience includes studying key theories, themes, and concepts presented throughout the program curriculum. This material will be presented and organized in a manner consistent with state licensing examination requirements. Students also prepare for their examination by taking several practice exams. The course also include discussion of examination best practices. 3 hours lecture.  (022222)  
Grade Basis: Graduate Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 697  Independent Study  1-6 Units  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is a graduate-level independent study offered for 1.0-6.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 3 hours supervision.  (008092)  
Grade Basis: Report in Progress: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 697P  Professional Paper: Empirical Research Manuscript  1-6 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to Candidacy, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Faculty supervision of an empirical research study designed by the student. Student responsibilities include data collection, data analysis, and the final submission of a complete, professionally written research report. This course is offered for 1.0-6.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 0 hours supervision.  (021384)  
Grade Basis: Report in Progress: CR/NC  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 697R  Analytical Review  3 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
Culminating activity for MS degree program. A comprehensive written critique of the literature in an area of specialization and/or interest and a written examination. 9 hours supervision.  (008099)  
Grade Basis: Report in Progress: Graded  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 3 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 699P  Master's Project  1-6 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is offered for 1.0-6.0 units respectively. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 9 hours supervision.  (008102)  
Grade Basis: Report in Progress: CR/NC  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division  
PSYC 699T  Master's Thesis  1-6 Units  
Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy, faculty permission.  
Typically Offered: Fall and spring  
This course is offered for 1.0-6.0 units. You must register directly with a supervising faculty member. 9 hours supervision.  (008100)  
Grade Basis: Report in Progress: CR/NC  
Repeatability: You may take this course for a maximum of 6 units  
Course Attributes: Graduate Division