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Department of Psychology

Psychology at the Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Regional Center

The Department of Psychology on the main campus of WKU in Bowling Green and the Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Regional Centers welcome you to our regional campus! We appreciate your dedication and enthusiasm.

We strive to provide you with the courses required to complete the general major in psychology over a two-year period. Below you will see a list of courses typically offered at Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox, either face-to-face or online. Note that there may be changes on a semester by semester basis and that other psychology courses may also be offered. For additional information, contact Dr. James Prather at the Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox Center, or the WKU Department of Psychology.

Requirements for the General Major | Psychology Course Descriptions | TopNet

Courses Commonly Offered at Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox 

  • Psy 210 Research Methods In Psychology
  • Psy 211 Research Methods In Psychology Lab
  • Psy 301 Statistics in Psychology
  • Psy 321 Child Developmental Psychology
  • Psy 345 Psychology of Sexuality
  • Psy 350 Social Psychology
  • Psy 361 Psychological Tests and Measurements
  • Psy 405 Cognitive Psychology
  • Psy 410 Psychology of Learning
  • Psy 411 Psychology of Sensation and Perception
  • Psy 412 Psychology of Motivation and Emotion
  • Psy 421 Psychology of Early Adolescence
  • Psy 422 Adolescent Psychology
  • Psy 423 Psychology of Adult Life and Aging
  • Psy 430 Psychology of Women
  • Psy 432 Psychology Of The Gifted And Creative
  • Psy 440 Abnormal Psychology
  • Psy 442 Beginning Skills in Psychological Interviewing
  • Psy 443 Behavior Modification
  • Psy 450 Psychology of Personality
  • Psy 455 Introduction to Clinical Practice of Psychology
  • Psy 470 Psychology and Law
  • Psy 480 Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Psy 495 History and Systems of Psychology

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 Last Modified 9/25/14