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Psychology Course Descriptions

PSY 6010 - Professional Seminar Counseling (3)

Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
This seminar is designed to expose students to the field of professional counseling. Ethical, legal and professional issues will be central to the course and students will work on their professional development through a series of activities.

PSY 6015 - Introduction to School Counseling (3)

Prequisite: PSY 5400 or Permission of Instructor
This course explores historical and contemporary issues facing professional school counselors. School systems, professional identity, effective team membership with pre-Kindergarten-12 educational and support staff, client, parental, and community needs, leadership strategies, conducting and reviewing research, knowledge and application of educational technology, and ethical and legal concerns will be addressed.

PSY 6020 - Ethics in Psychology (3)

Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor
The focus of this course is the application of the American Psychological Association's Code of Ethics to the practice of psychology. Application of the code to ethical dilemmas, as well as learning ethical thinking skills, will be taught.

PSY 6040-6060 - Selected Topics (1 each)

Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
Short seminars on a variety of topics. Offered upon demand.

PSY 6080-6100 - Selected Topics (3 each)

Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
Longer seminars on a variety of topics. Offered upon demand.