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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 from the Registrar's Office web page.  

School Psychology Courses
SCH BC521 - Behavioral Assessment, Intervention, and Consultation (credits: 3) 
SCH BL622 - Biological Basis of Behavior and Learning (credits: 3) 
SCH BX710 - Advanced Behavioral Techniques with Children and Families (credits: 3) 
SCH CA601 - Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior (credits: 3) 
SCH CX770 - Brief Counseling in School Practice (credits: 2) 
SCH IA772 - Learning Disabilities: Research to Practice (credits: 2) 
SCH IA773 - Educational Therapy: Perspectives for the Advanced Practitioner (credits: 2) 
SCH IA774 - Reading and Language Arts: Research to Practice (credits: 2) 
SCH IA776 - Preschool Services: Assessment and Intervention (credits: 2) 
SCH IA777 - Autism Spectrum Disorders (credits: 2) 
SCH LS659 - Lifespan Development (credits: 3) 
SCH MH732 - Children's Mental Health Policy and Systems (credits: 2) 
SCH PA700 - Advanced Psychoeducational Assessment (credits: 2) 
SCH PA725 - Advanced Social-Emotional Assessment: Children and Adolescents (credits: 2) 
SCH PA735 - Rorschach Essentials (credits: 3) 
SCH PA760 - Bilingual and Culturally Competent Assessment (credits: 2) 
SCH PH501 - Preventive Mental Health in the Schools (credits: 2) 
SCH PY521 - Psychopathology of Childhood and Adolescence (credits: 3) 
SCH PS600 - History and Systems (credits: 2) 
SCH PS603 - Social Bases of Behavior (credits: 3) 
SCH RS526 - Statistics (credits: 3) 
SCH RS555 - Research and Evaluation Methods (credits: 3) 
SCH SN512 - Educating Children and Adolescents with Special Needs (credits: 3)