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PSY 4330 - Psychology in the “Real World”: Thinking Like a Psychologist



Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): PSY 2340 or PSY 3010; senior standing

Description: In this course, students apply principles of scientific inquiry to evaluate claims about psychological phenomena made in both scholarly and popular media sources. Students learn to evaluate and synthesize information from multiple sources to answer questions and address problems of personal and professional interest, such as anticipated “real world” challenges in parenting or workplace leadership. As a capstone experience, this course requires students to integrate skills and competencies developed across the major curriculum. This course may be used to fulfill the Senior Experience requirement.

University Requirement(s): Senior Experience



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