PSYC 4630

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Senior Project in Psychology

This course is a senior level independent study course where students will gain the experience of conducting scientific research in psychology under the close supervision of the instructor. In the first four weeks of the course, students do a literature search on a research topic and prepare a research proposal. In the second part of the course, students will conduct the research after receiving IRB approval (if necessary), analyze data using SPSS, write up the completed research paper in APA style, and present their research at a student, regional, or national conference. Students who complete this course should be ready to begin graduate studies in a psychology program.

Credit Hours
ENGL 2310
Additional Prerequisites

ENGL 2310, completion of all 2000 and 3000 level requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with Psychology concentration, and PSYC 4310.

School of Arts and Sciences