A total of 32 credit hours is required for the MA degree with an emphasis in the behavioral neuroscience field of experimental psychology. Students are required to complete a master's thesis for this program. Theses should follow the procedures in the Behavioral-Neuroscience Handbook and the Graduate School.
|The following graduate courses are currently required of all Masters students in the Behavioral Neuroscience emphasis area:|
|PSYCH 5001||Neuropsychological Assessment||3|
|PSYCH 5340||Human Neuroanatomy||3|
|PSYCH 5400||Seminar: Special Topics in Behavioral Neuroscience 1||4|
|PSYCH 5465||Seminar: Behavioral Neuroscience||3|
|PSYCH 5468||Seminar: Cognitive Processes||3|
|PSYCH 7421||Quantitative Methods I||4|
|PSYCH 7422||Quantitative Methods II||4|
|PSYCH 7483||Directed Research||3|
|or PSYCH 7484||Directed Readings|
|PSYCH 7491||MA Thesis Research||2|
One credit hour taken per semester.