Learning Outcomes

Psychology Student Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with a major in psychology will be able to:
  1. Describe basic psychological theories including personality, learning, cognitive, biological/physiological, social, and psychopathological;
  2. Apply the processes of scientific inquiry to questions concerning human behavior;
  3. Outline human development in terms of physiological, social, and environmental influences throughout the lifespan;
  4. Explain the theories and factors that contribute to psychological dysfunction of individuals and families;
  5. Perform well as an intern as evaluated by the field mentor and faculty supervisor;
  6. Use the APA format appropriately;
  7. Use the DSM-5 appropriately;
  8. Use behavioral statistics( chi square, Mann Whitney, correlation, t test, and ANOVA) appropriately.

Psychology Education Student Learning Outcomes

Students who graduate with a major in psychology education will be able to:

  1. Describe basic psychological theories including personality, learning, cognitive, biological/physiological, social, and psychopathological;
  2. Apply the processes of scientific inquiry to questions concerning human behavior;
  3. Outline human development in terms of physiological, social, and environmental influences throughout the lifespan;
  4. Explain the theories and factors that contribute to psychological dysfunction of individuals and families;
  5. Perform well as a student teacher as evaluated by the field mentor and faculty supervisor;
  6. Use the APA format appropriately;
  7. Use the DSM-5 appropriately;
  8. Use behavioral statistics( chi square, Mann Whitney, correlation, t test, and ANOVA) appropriately.
 
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