PSYC 3200. EXPERIENCING RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY. 2 Hours.
This is a practical, project-based course that focuses on laboratory and field experience in designing, conducting, and reporting psychology research. It includes all stages of the research process including the formulation of research hypotheses, review and evaluation of published literature, choice of research design and measurement variables, data collection and analysis, and presentation of results in oral and written reports. Prerequisite: PSYC 2300 and PSYC 3300.
The Department of Psychology offers two programs of study leading to the bachelor's degree. It also offers courses of interest to the general public.