This minor provides in-depth knowledge of normal development, psychological theories, disorders, and treatment techniques
The required courses of the minor provide a foundation in psychology and focus on assessment and treatment of distress and dysfunction. The electives provide in-depth knowledge of normal development, psychological theories, psychological disorders, and treatment techniques.
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Total credits: 19
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|PSYC 100||Basic Concepts in Psychology (Mason Core)||3|
|PSYC 301||Research Methods in Psychology||4|
|PSYC 321||Clinical Psychology||3|
|PSYC 325||Abnormal Psychology||3|
|Select at least two courses from the following:||6|
|Developmental Psychology (Mason Core) (or PSYC 313 or PSYC 314)|
|Social Psychology (Mason Core)|
|Therapeutic Communication Skills|
|Behavior Disorders of Childhood|
|Group Psychotherapy Techniques|
|Clinical Practicum in Psychology|
|Independent Study in Psychology|
|Special Topics 1|
When topic is related to clinical psychology approved by the psychology department.