Programs

Research Certificate Description

Students may pursue the Research Certificate in Science (Psychology) by fulfilling the existing requirements for their program and by completing ★21 as follows:

  • ★3 in 200- or 300-level research class
    • PSYCO 299 - Research Opportunity Program in Psychology
    • PSYCO 300 - Honors Seminar I
    • PSYCO 309 - Honors Seminar I
    • PSYCO 396
    • PSYCO 398 - Individual Study I
  • ★9 in 300- or 400-level research class
    • PSYCO 390 - Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship
    • PSYCO 396
    • PSYCO 398 - Individual Study I
    • PSYCO 399 - Honors Thesis I: Research Apprenticeship
    • PSYCO 400 - Honors Seminar II
    • PSYCO 409 - Honors Seminar II
    • PSYCO 490 - Honors Thesis II: Thesis Research
    • PSYCO 496 - Individual Research
    • PSYCO 498 - Individual Study II
    • PSYCO 499 - Honors Thesis II: Thesis Research
  • ★9 in
    • PSYCO 212 - Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
    • STAT 252 - Introduction to Applied Statistics II

      And a 300 or 400 level PSYCO methods class
    • PSYCO 356 - Research Methods in Cognition
    • PSYCO 402 - Recent Advances in Experimental Psychology: Methods and Phenomena
    • PSYCO 410 - Science Internship Practicum
    • PSYCO 411 - Cooperative Program Practicum
    • PSYCO 413 - Design and Analysis of Experiments in Psychology
    • PSYCO 414 - Advanced Methods: Monte Carlo Techniques
    • PSYCO 415 - Qualitative Methods in Sociocultural Psychology
    • PSYCO 431 - Theory and Practice of Psychometrics
    • PSYCO 471 - Neurophysiology: Theory, Methods, and Analysis
    • PSYCO 476
    • PSYCO 482
    • or other advanced research methods course approved by the Honors Advisor
  • Presentation
    • Presentation at a conference either on or off campus