This is a two-course (for a total of six credit hours) sequence of classes that can be taken in conjunction with research assistant hours (up to three credit hours/semester). In unusual cases, the sequence can be done in two semesters.
*Courses Junior Year:
Psyc 3393 – Distinction Seminar in Psychology: Data Collection and Analyses. The first course in a course sequence for the psychology distinction program. During the semester, students collect their data and begin analyses. In addition, continued attention is devoted to scientific writing.
Psyc 4393 – Distinction Seminar in Psychology: Completion of Research Project. The second course in a two-course sequence for the psychology distinction program. Over the couse of the semester, students complete their research projects and prepare them for dissemination.
*Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Classes are Pass/Fail. Students in the program take these classes in addition to the regular requirements of the major.