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Non-Matriculating Available Courses

Following are courses that non-matriculated student may register for provided there are available seats.  Courses are not taught every semester or summer session.  Please consult the course schedules available on the Registrar's Office web page.  You may find course descriptions here.

BL622 - Biological Bases of Behavior & Learning (3 credits

BX710 - Advanced Behavioral Techniques with Children & Families (3 credits)

CA601 - Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior (3 credits

CC522 - Diversity & Cross-Cultural Psychology (3 credits

CC523 - Psychology of Diversity and Difference (3 credits)

CD501 - Career Development & Counseling (3 credits)

CL521 - Clinical Interviewing (2 credits

CX510 - Theories of Counseling & Psychotherapy (3 credits)

CX520 - Child Psychotherapy (2 credits

CX770 - Brief Counseling in School Practice (2 credits

DP500 - Psychology of Divorce (2 credits

FS500 - Behavioral Criminology (3 credits)

FX621 - Couples Therapy (2 credits

FX600 - Infant-Toddler-Parent (2 credits)

FX630 - Working with Multi-Stressed Families (3 credits

GE500 - Geropsychology (2 credits

GE520 - Selected Topics in Geropsychology (2 credits

GR501 - Group Counseling & Psychotherapy (3 credits)

HE550 - Higher Education Leadership (3 credits)

HP530 - Clinical Health Psych (2 credits

HS520 - Human Sexuality (2 credits

HU635 - Spirituality, Jung & the Imaginal Realm in Psychotherapy (2 credits

IA772 - Learning Disabilities: Research to Practice (2 credits

IA773 - Educational Therapy: Perspectives for the Advanced Practitioner (2 credits)

LS659 - Lifespan Development (3 credits

MH501 - Foundations of Forensic Psychology (2 credits

MH520 - Law & Mental Health (2 credits

MH530 - Psychology & the Legal System (3 credits)

MH515 - Special Topics (to be determined) in Forensics (2 credits

MH732 - Children's Mental Health Policy and Systems (2 credits

PA520 - Personality Assessment (2 credits

PA530 - Psychological Appraisal & Assessment (3 credits)

PA700 - Advanced Psychoeducational Assessment (2 credits

PA725 - Advanced Social-Emotional Assessment (2 credits

PA735 - Rorschach Essentials (3 credits)

PA760 - Bilingual and Culturally Competent Assessment (2 credits

PH501 - Preventive Mental Health in the Schools (2 credits)

PH522 - Introduction to Neuropsychology (2 credits

PS600 - History and Systems (3 credits

PS603 - Social Bases of Behavior (3 credits

PS635 - Professional Issues & Ethics (3 credits)

PY521 - Psychopathology of Childhood & Adolescence (3 credits

PY522 - Adult Psychopathology (3 credits

PY621 - Advanced Seminar Childhood and Adolescence Clinical Practice (2 credits

RS526 - Statistics (3 credits

RS555 - Research Methods & Program Evaluation (3 credits

SB522 - Addictive Disorders: Theory and Treatment (2 credits

SN512 - Educating Children & Adolescents with Special Needs (3 credits

ST500 - Foundations of Organizational Development (3 credits)

TR540 - Meeting the Needs of Returning Veterans (2 credits

TR530 - Trauma and Resilience: Family, Community, and Global Perspectives (2 credits)

XX500 - Psychology of Oppression: Implications of Marginalization on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals (2 credits)