Course: PSY 500. Seminar in Professional Development (1-1)

Prerequisites: Graduate standing in Psychology. Advanced undergraduate students may enroll by permission of the instructor and will be graded using the same standards as for graduate students. Addresses issues associated with being in master’s programs in Psychology and being a professional in the social sciences. Students receive direct research experience and learn the skills needed to advance to a doctoral program. Topics include current research in psychology, writing applications for an Institutional Review Board (IRB), writing for publication, writing a statement of purpose, presenting research at conferences, applying to doctoral programs, scholarships, internships, fellowships and teaching opportunities. Students attend scheduled seminars on course topics, and serve outside the course as a research intern to a professor in the Department of Psychology. 1 hour seminar. (Credit/No Credit only)

Spring-2024 - Schedule of Classes

PSY 500

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