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Research Sequence


Psychology Research Sequence

Interested students may contact the faculty member with whom they are interested in doing research and fill out this form.

 

PSYC  298  Introduction to Psychological Research  (1)     

An introduction to the research process through participation in lab meetings of one or more psychology faculty. May be repeated once for credit. May not be used for major credit.  (Pass/Fail only)

Ideal for Freshman

PSYC  398  Intermediate Psychological Research  (1-3)

Students will participate in on-going psychological research. Students will be expected to produce a written or oral report of their research activities. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credit hours. May not be used for major credit.  (Pass/Fail only)

Ideal for Sophomores/Juniors

PSYC  498  Advanced Psychological Research  (1-3)          

Students will take responsibility for developing and conducting a research project within the context of on-going departmental projects. Students will be expected to produce a written or oral report of results. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.  A maximum of 3 hours of either PSYC 498 or PSYC 598 may be used for Psychology major credit.

Ideal for advanced Juniors/Seniors

 

PSYC  598  Senior Research Thesis  (3)                            

Student will conduct an original research project under instructor’s supervision. Student will be expected to complete a thesis proposal and a thesis defense and a written or oral report of results. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. A maximum of 3 hours of either PSYC 498 or PSYC 598 may be used for Psychology major credit.

Ideal for Seniors interested in graduate school