Related Courses by Division

Please see the Related Courses page for departmental policies regarding related coursework.

Behavioral Neuroscience (BNS)

Understanding the biological basis of behavior and cognition. Faculty from the BNS division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences:

  • ANTH. Anthropology
  • CHEM. Chemistry
  • COGS. Cognitive Science
  • ECE. Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • EEB. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology*
  • ENGREngineering
  • MATHMathematics
  • MCBMolecular & Cell Biology
  • PHARPharmacy
  • PHILPhilosophy
  • PHYSPhysics
  • PNBPhysiology & Neurobiology
  • SLHSSpeech, Language, & Hearing Sciences (formerly CDIS)
  • SOCI 3307/W. Drugs & Society
  • SOCI 3451. Sociology of Health
  • SOCI 3457/W. Sociology of Mental Illness
  • STATStatistics

*Except courses explicitly prohibited, including: EEB 3201.

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Clinical

Understanding, prevention, and treatment of psychological disorders as well as promoting mental well-being. Faculty from the Clinical division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences.

  • AH. Allied Health
  • ANTH. Anthropology
  • COGS. Cognitive Science
  • COMM. Communication*
  • HDFSHuman Development & Family Studies*
  • PHILPhilosophy
  • POLS 2622. Public Opinion in American Politics
  • POLS 3802. Constitutional Law
  • POLS 3817. Law & Society
  • POLS 3827. Politics of Crime & Justice
  • POLS 3842. Public Administration
  • SLHSSpeech, Language, & Hearing Sciences (formerly CDIS)
  • SOCISociology
  • STATStatistics
  • URBNUrban & Community Studies
  • WGSSWomen’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies* (formerly WS)

*Except courses explicitly prohibited, including: COMM 3100, COMM 3103, HDFS 2100, and WGSS 3102/W.

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Developmental

Understanding changes in behavior and cognition over the life-span. Faculty from the Developmental division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences.

  • AH. Allied Health
  • ANTH 2000/W. Social Anthropology
  • ANTH 2502. Human Evolution
  • ANTH 3002. Race, Ethnicity, & Nationalism
  • COGS. Cognitive Science
  • COMM 3200. Interpersonal Communication
  • EGEN. Education
  • ENGL 3420. Children’s Literature
  • ENGL 3422. Young Adult Literature
  • EPSY 3110. Exceptionality
  • HDFSHuman Development & Family Studies*
  • LINGLinguistics
  • MCB 4219. Developmental Biology
  • PHILPhilosophy
  • SLHSSpeech, Language, & Hearing Sciences (formerly CDIS)
  • SLHS 2204. Speech & Language Acquisition
  • SLHS 4204. Methods & Issues in Child Language Research
  • SLHS 4245/W. Neuroscience of Cognitive & Communication Disorders
  • SOCI 2301/W. Criminology
  • SOCI 3311/W. Deviant Behavior
  • STATStatistics

*Except courses explicitly prohibited, including: HDFS 2100.

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Industrial/Organizational (I/O)

Understanding the organization of social and physical interactions primarily in the workplace. Faculty from the I/O division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences.

  • AFRA 3501. Ethnicity & Race (SOCI 3501)
  • AFRA 3505. White Racism (HRTS 3505, SOCI 3505)
  • ANTH 2000/W. Social Anthropology
  • ANTH 3002. Race, Ethnicity, & Nationalism
  • ANTH 3251. Psychological Anthropology
  • ANTH 3300. Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 3303. Parent-Child Relations in Cross-Cultural Perspective (HDFS 3310)
  • ANTH 3350. Anthropological Perspective on Women (WGSS 3350)
  • ANTH 3351. Sex & Gender
  • COMM 3450. Gender & Communication (WGSS 3268)
  • COMM 4220/W. Small Group Communication
  • COMM 4230. Organizational Communication
  • COMM 4500. Nonverbal Communication
  • COMM 4620. Information & Communication
  • COMM 4650. Design of Human Communication
  • COMM 4820. Public Relations
  • ECON 2127/W. Beyond Self Interest
  • ECON 2441/W. Labor Economics
  • ECON 2444. Women & Minorities in the Labor Market
  • ECON 2446. Labor Legislation
  • ECON 2456. Economics of Poverty
  • EDLR 3251. Introduction to Organizations & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3252. Introduction to Management & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3253. Introduction to Planning & Evaluation & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3255. Contemporary Labor Issues
  • HDFS 2001. Diversity Issues in Human Development & Family Studies
  • HDFS 2200. Human Development: Adulthood & Aging
  • HDFS 3120. Introduction to Programs for Young Children
  • HDFS 3126. Analysis of Programs for Young Children
  • HDFS 3240/W. Aging in American Society (SOCI 3459/W)
  • HDFS 3249. Gender & Aging
  • HDFS 3261. Men & Masculinity: A Social Psychological Perspective
  • HDFS 3310. Parent-Child Relations in Cross-Cultural Perspective (ANTH 3303)
  • HDFS 3421. Low Income Families
  • HDFS 3431. Families & Work
  • HDFS 3432. Family in Society
  • HRTS 2263. Women & Violence (WGSS 2263)
  • HRTS 3505. White Racism (HRTS 3505, SOCI 3505)
  • MGMT 3101. Managerial & Interpersonal Behavior
  • MGMT 3239. Managing a Diverse Workforce
  • MGMT 3245. Managerial Behavior in Cross-Cultural Settings
  • PHIL 2212/W. Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 2217. Social & Political Philosophy
  • SOCI 2301/W. Criminology
  • SOCI 3307/W. Drugs & Society
  • SOCI 3311/W. Deviant Behavior
  • SOCI 3315/W. Juvenile Delinquency
  • SOCI 3351/W. Society & the Individual
  • SOCI 3453/W. Women & Health (WGSS 3453/W)
  • SOCI 3457/W. Sociology of Mental Illness
  • SOCI 3459/W. Aging in American Society (HDFS 3240/W)
  • SOCI 3501. Ethnicity & Race (AFRA 3501)
  • SOCI 3503. Prejudice & Discrimination
  • SOCI 3505. White Racism (AFRA 3505, HRTS 3505)
  • SOCI 3651/W. Sociology of the Family
  • STAT 2215Q. Introduction to Statistics II
  • STAT 3115Q. Analysis of Experiments
  • STAT 3515Q. Design of Experiments
  • URBNUrban & Community Studies
  • WGSS 2250. Feminisms
  • WGSS 2263. Women & Violence (HRTS 2263)
  • WGSS 2267. Women & Poverty
  • WGSS 3252. Genders & Sexualities
  • WGSS 3264. Gender in the Workplace
  • WGSS 3268. Gender & Communication (COMM 3450)
  • WGSS 3350. Anthropological Perspective on Women (ANTH 3350)
  • WGSS 3453/W. Women & Health (SOCI 3453/W)

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Perception, Action, & Cognition (PAC)

Understanding the nature of perceptual processes and cognition. Faculty from the PAC division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences.

  • ANTH. Anthropology
  • COGS. Cognitive Science
  • COMM. Communication*
  • ECE. Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • EEB. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology*
  • ENGREngineering
  • HDFSHuman Development & Family Studies*
  • LINGLinguistics
  • MATHMathematics
  • MCBMolecular & Cell Biology
  • PHILPhilosophy
  • PHYSPhysics
  • PNBPhysiology & Neurobiology
  • SLHSSpeech, Language, & Hearing Sciences (formerly CDIS)
  • SOCISociology
  • STATStatistics

*Except courses explicitly prohibited, including: COMM 3100, COMM 3103, EEB 3201, and HDFS 2100.

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Social

Understanding how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Faculty from the Social division have identified preapproved related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in this sub-field of psychological sciences.

  • AH. Allied Health
  • ANTH. Anthropology
  • COMM. Communication*
  • HDFSHuman Development & Family Studies*
  • MATHMathematics
  • PHILPhilosophy
  • POLSPolitical Science
  • SOCISociology
  • STATStatistics
  • URBNUrban & Community Studies
  • WGSSWomen’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies* (formerly WS)

*Except courses explicitly prohibited, including: COMM 3100, COMM 3103, HDFS 2100, and WGSS 3102/W.

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