Psychology Graduate Courses & Resources
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- Required Courses for Experimental Ph.D.
- Required Courses for Clinical Ph.D., New SOA
- This Required Course for Clinical PhD New SOA file contains the language APA recently adopted to describe requirements. Students in their 4th year and above should come to the Advising & Resources Center for the older version of the spreadsheet.
- ~6120 - Advanced Research Methods
- ~5710 - First-Year Seminar in Experimental Psychology
- **6950 - Thesis (1-8/semester; max of 35)
- 6970 - Preparing Psychology Papers
- ~6980 - Research Seminar (1/semester; max 4)
- 791n - Fieldwork in Psychology (1-12/semester; max 24)
- 7940 - Research (1-4/semester; max 25)
- 8940 - Research (1-4/semester; max 25)
- **8950 - Dissertation (1-15/semester; max 35)
~These three must be completed.
**As a reminder, students need to be registered for at least one thesis or dissertation hour in a semester during which they propose, defend, submit to Thesis & Dissertation Services, and graduate. In addition, students can take more than 35 hours of these courses, however, only 35 hours will count toward their degree requirements.
- ~PSY 7210 - Neuropsychology
- ~PSY 7270 - Psychopharmacology
- Independent research, typically a dissertation topic in neuropsychology
- First-author Poster or Paper Presentation on a topic in neuropsychology at professional meeting
- Collaboration with a faculty member on a submitted or published article or chapter or a submitted or funded grant application
- Two semesters of clinical experience in neuropsychology traineeships
- An APA-accredited internship in clinical neuropsychology