Graduate Courses 2019-2020

  • Important Dates and Deadlines (Fall/Winter; Summer)
  • Any course taken outside of the Department of Psychology and all transfer credit requests must be approved by the Graduate Chair. Information provided below is subject to change. Refer to the Public Class Schedule for day, time and location. All courses are listed in the Graduate Calendar. Please refer to it for prerequisite information.
  • F = course is offered in the Fall or first term W = course is offered in the Winter or second term S = course is offered in the Summer or third term T = full year course (Fall & Winter)
5000 Level
Course Term Instructor
PSYC 5001F: Qualitative Research Methods in Psychology F Connie Kristiansen
PSYC 5002 W
PSYC 5003 W
PSYC 5012: Organizational Psychology F Janet Mantler
PSYC 5410: Advanced Analysis of Variance F
PSYC 5411 W
PSYC 5415 F
PSYC 5700: Emotion and Cognition W Robert West
PSYC 5800 A: Sex Offenders S 2019 Kevin Nunes
PSYC 5800 F: Positive Organizational Scholarship F Janet Mantler
PSYC 5800 G: Adolescent Offenders F Shelley Brown
PSYC 5800 N: Goal Pursuit and Self-Regulation W Marina Milyavskaya
PSYC 5800 K: Mindfulness and Well-Being F Alia Offman
PSYC 5800Y: The Psychology of Solitude W Robert Coplan
PSYC 5900: Directed Studies F & W & S Application
PSYC 5901: Independent Research F & W & S Application
PSYC 5903: Practicum in Psychology F & W & S Tina Daniels
PSYC 5906: Pro-Seminar in Psychology T Johanna Peetz
PSYC 5909: Masters Thesis
6000 Level
Course Term Instructor
PSYC 6114: Teaching Practicum F & W & S Michael Wohl
PSYC 6410: Capstone Research Project W Andrea Howard
PSYC 6900: Directed Studies F & W & S Application
PSYC 6901: Independent Research F & W & S Application
PSYC 6903: Practicum in Psychology F & W & S Tina Daniels
PSYC 6906: Pro-Seminar in Psychology I T Johanna Peetz
PSYC 6907: Pro-Seminar in Psychology II T Johanna Peetz
PSYC 6909: Doctoral Thesis