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Psychology Handbook 2007-2008

Psychology Handbook 2007-2008

Table of Contents

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Undergraduate Preparation
  3. Overview of the Curriculum
  4. Quarterly Course Load
  5. Registration and Enrollment Procedures
  6. Evaluation Policies
  7. Core Program Requirements & Schedule for the Current Year
  8. Core Course Schedule: Fall Quarter
  9. Psychology 251: Graduate Course in Research Methods
  10. The Master's Degree
  11. Advanced Quantitative Requirement: Policy and Offerings
  12. Major Area Course Requirements
    1. Behavioral Neuroscience
    2. Clinical Psychology
    3. Cognitive Psychology
    4. Cognitive Neuroscience
    5. Computational Cognition
    6. Developmental Psychology
    7. Health Psychology
    8. Learning and Behavior
    9. Quantitative
    10. Social Psychology
  13. Minor Area Course Requirements
  14. Written Qualifying Exams (C-Exams) and Program of Study Requirements
    1. Behavioral Neuroscience C-Exam Guidelines
    2. Clinical C-Exam Guidelines
    3. Cognitive & Cognitive Neuroscience Program of Study Guidelines
    4. Developmental Program of Study Guidelines
    5. Health Psychology C-Exam Guidelines
    6. Learning and Behavior C-Exam Guidelines
    7. Quantitative Guidelines
    8. Social Area C-Exam Guidelines
  15. Guidelines for Doctoral Committee and Dissertation Preparation
  16. Policy on Incompletes
  17. General Regulations Regarding Leave of Absence
  18. Time Limits for Completing the Ph.D.
  19. Disqualification from the Ph.D. Program
  20. Grievances Policies and Procedures
  21. Employment Guidelines and Procedures
  22. Academic Policies and Requirements for TAs and GSRs
  23. Tax Treatment of Student Financial Support
  24. University Publications
  25. Student Faculty Relationships
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