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College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
PSY 490 / PSYS 490 - Research, Readings or Special Projects in Psychology(Independent Study)
Course Description: Advanced students will conduct research and / or readings or projects concerning issues in psychology under the direction of faculty members. The course may be repeated; up to six hours can be counted toward the major.
Credit Hours: Course may be taken for 1, 2, or 3 credit hours. Course credit is based on the the nature of the project and approval of the faculty project supervisor.
Prerequisites: Prerequisites: PSY 100, junior standing, and permission of the faculty project supervisor.
Faculty Project Supervisor: It is the student's responsibility, through discussions with individual faculty, to identify a project supervisor. You are welcome to ask any psychology faculty member to assist, supervise, or direct you in developing a readings or independent research project.
Information about faculty research interests can be found on the Research page.