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PSY 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. Only three hours will count within the first 37 hours of an undergraduate psychology 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: PSY 100, junior standing, and permission of the faculty project supervisor. Students lacking junior standing may enroll in PSY 290 (Supervised Study in Psychology), a lower division independent study course.
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.