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Course Overview

This capstone course in Psychology is designed for students in their senior year. The course will help students integrate their knowledge and apply the skills they have acquired in the program to think critically about important issues in psychology and society. It is also designed to help students use their undergraduate training and 13 experiences to understand personal issues and formulate career goals and directions. Content will vary from term to term depending on what topics are of current interest at the time. The capstone will include papers, presentations, and preparation of a research project.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Online, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: Senior standing.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate