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1 Department of Department of (College of Social and Behavioral Sciences) The Department of offers the following undergraduate and graduate programs and program certificate. Specific requirements for these programs are listed within this Department of section in the following order: Undergraduate Major (B.A.) Minor Graduate Major (M.A.) Program Certificate Industrial and Organizational Certificate Students who want to declare psychology as a major or minor must have completed 9 hours of psychology (PSYCH xxxx/400:xxx) with a minimum GPA of.50. Students not meeting this requirement may discuss their special situation with the department head. Only courses with an earned grade of at least a C- will count toward the major and minor. It is possible for psychology majors to graduate with departmental honors provided they have an overall GPA of at least.50 and complete a research project deemed worthy of honors by the department. Generally such a project is done in the context of hours of PSYCH 4705/5705 (400:19g) Research Experience in. PSYCH 1001 (400:001) Introduction to is a prerequisite for most other psychology courses, and must be taken by all psychology majors and minors. It also counts as a Liberal Arts Core requirement. Bachelor of Arts Degree Program Major The major requires a minimum of 10 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 10 hours. Required : PSYCH 1001 (400:001) Introduction to PSYCH 100 Careers in 1 PSYCH 00 (400:101) Research Methods 4 PSYCH 00 (400:10) Psychological Statistics 4 PSYCH 004/5004 Select one course from each of the five content areas: 15 Biological: PSYCH 101 (400:155) PSYCH 10/510 PSYCH 10/510 (400:15g) PSYCH 104/5104 (400:17g) Social/al: PSYCH 01 (400:060) Biopsychology of Gender PSYCH 0 al (400:10) PSYCH 0 Social (400:160) PSYCH 04/504 of Aging (400:17g) Applied: PSYCH 01 Applied (400:05) PSYCH 0 and Law (400:070) PSYCH 0/50 Health PSYCH 04/504 Organizational PSYCH 05/505 Industrial Abnormal/Individual : PSYCH 401 Clinical (400:166) PSYCH 40 of Personality (400:161) PSYCH 40/540 Abnormal (400:14g) PSYCH 404/5404 of Human Cognition and Learning: PSYCH 501 Behavior Modification (400:050) PSYCH 50/550 (400:14g) PSYCH 50/550 Conditioning and Learning PSYCH 504/5504 Memory and Language PSYCH 505/5505 Cognitive (400:15g) Electives in psychology 9 Electives may be selected from any of the psychology courses (PSYCH xxxx/400:xxx) 1

2 Department of No more than six total hours of 179/179, 4704/19, 4705/9, and 4198/198 can count toward fulfilling the major requirements Total Hours 9 Minor Minor Required : PSYCH 1001 (400:001) Introduction to PSYCH 00 (400:101) Research Methods 4 PSYCH 004/5004 Electives in psychology 15 Total Hours 5 Master of Arts Degree Program Major in Students interested in this program must submit a completed Application for Admission to Graduate Study and should refer to their MyUNIverse Student Center To-Do list or contact the Department of for any other application requirements. Graduate information and application for graduate admission can be found at The Graduate Record Examination (General Test) is required for admission to the program, except those applicants applying to the Fifth Year program in Industrial-Organizational (I/O) In addition to meeting general university admission requirements, applicants are also required to submit the following for consideration: 1. a departmental application form;. three letters of recommendation, preferably from undergraduate psychology instructors; and. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores on the general test (advanced psychology test scores required only for those applicants who do not have sufficient undergraduate psychology cousework). Students from UNI applying for the Fifth Year I/O emphasis do not need to submit GRE scores. The application deadline for fullest consideration for financial aid is February 1. Offers of admission will begin in February and continue on a rolling basis until all positions in the program are filled or until early May. Applications completed by April 0 will be reviewed and given consideration, but early application is strongly encouraged. Only graduate courses (course numbers 5000 or above) will apply to a graduate degree, even if the undergraduate course number (4999 or less) is listed. No exceptions will be made. This major is available on the thesis option only and requires a minimum of 0-45 semester hours, depending on the emphasis chosen. A minimum of 15 semester hours of 00/6000-level course work is required. The M.A. program in psychology consists of three traditional emphases and an individualized study option: 1. clinical science, for those who wish to pursue doctoral-level study in clinical or counseling psychology or to become master s level providers of psychological services operating in clinical settings under appropriate supervision;. industrial-organizational emphasis, for students interested in pursuing either doctoral-level studies in industrial-organizational psychology or a career in human resources; and. social psychology, for students wishing to pursue doctoral study in social and related areas of psychology or careers as master s level data analysts or community college instructors. 4. students may also choose an individualized study option in which they choose a program of study beyond the courses required for all students in conjunction with a faculty advisor and the graduate coordinator. The program maintains a strong empirical, research-based orientation and seeks to: a) provide students with opportunities to develop skills in research methodology; b) gain advanced knowledge of major areas of scientific psychology; and c) obtain basic competence in skills relevant to these areas. All students are required to complete a thesis for successful completion of this program. It is expected that students in the two-year program will, except under extraordinary circumstances, have a thesis proposal approved by their advisor by the beginning of their second year of study. The program is set up so it should be completed in two full academic years and two summers. Students are strongly encouraged to finish within this time frame. The Industrial-Organizational emphasis also includes a Fifth Year Option, available to students with a bachelor s degree and I-O certificate from UNI. This program is designed to be finished in one year. Undergraduate seniors may register for up to six credit hours of graduate credit with the approval of the Graduate Coordinator and Department Head. See policies and procedures for Graduate Credit as a Senior. Graduate credits completed as an undergraduate count towards only the I-O emphasis master s degree at UNI, and completing those credits does not guarantee admission to the program. Actual admission to graduate study and classification as a graduate student commences the term after the student has completed the baccalaureate. Required for all students : PSYCH 6001 (400:9) Advanced Statistics Readings: PSYCH 685 (400:85) Readings in Thesis Research: PSYCH 699 (400:99) Research 6 Emphasis requirements (as listed below) 19-4 Total Hours 0-45 Clinical Science Emphasis Requirements for all students (listed above): 11 : PSYCH 600 (400:41) Research Design

3 Department of PSYCH 6401 (400:49) Cognitive and Intellectual Assessment PSYCH 640 (400:70) Research and Practice of Psychotherapy PSYCH 6405 (400:6) Personality Assessment PSYCH 6406 (400:5) Psychopathology PSYCH 6407 (400:7) Evidence Based Treatment PSYCH 6409 Clinical Ethics PSYCH 6410 Advanced Child Psychopathology and Evidence Based Treatment Clinical Practicum: PSYCH 6408 (400:90) Clinical Practicum Electives in (determined in consultation with the Graduate The following courses are pre-approved as electives in this program: PSYCH 004/5004 PSYCH 10/510 PSYCH 10/510 (400:15g) PSYCH 104/5104 (400:17g) PSYCH 04/504 (400:17g) PSYCH 0/50 PSYCH 04/504 PSYCH 05/505 PSYCH 404/5404 PSYCH 50/550 (400:14g) PSYCH 50/550 PSYCH 504/5504 PSYCH 505/5505 (400:15g) PSYCH 606/5606 (400:16g) PSYCH 4607/5607 (400:164g) PSYCH 4608/5608 (400:167g) PSYCH 600 (400:9) PSYCH 6006 (400:9) of Aging Health Organizational Industrial of Human Conditioning and Learning Memory and Language Cognitive Special Topics in Social Principles of Psychometrics Psychological Anthropology Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective Graduate Practicum in Teaching Research in PSYCH 601 (400:18) PSYCH 60 (400:0) PSYCH 60 (400:61) PSYCH 604 (400:64) PSYCH 605 (400:94) PSYCH 685 (400:85) PSYCH 689 (400:89) hours total from: PSYCH 4704/5704 (400:19g) or PSYCH 4705/5705 (400:19g) Evolution, Brain and Social Behavior Social and Cognitive Personality Advanced Social Advances and s in Social Readings in Seminar Practicum in Teaching Research Experience in Total Hours 41 Industrial-Organizational Emphasis Requirements for all students (listed above): 11 : Principles of Psychometrics PSYCH 05/505 Industrial PSYCH 04/504 Organizational PSYCH 601 (400:10) Organizational Consulting and Change Management PSYCH 60 (400:) Training and Instructional Design PSYCH 60 (400:4) Recruitment and Selection PSYCH 604 (400:7) Performance Appraisal PSYCH 604 (400:64) Advanced Social Practicum in I/O : PSYCH 605 (400:91) Practicum in Industrial/ Organizational Electives in (determined in consultation with the Graduate Total Hours 9 Industrial-Organizational 5 th Year Emphasis Requirements for all students (listed above): 11 : Principles of Psychometrics PSYCH 601 (400:10) Organizational Consulting and Change Management

4 Department of PSYCH 60 (400:) Training and Instructional Design PSYCH 60 (400:4) Recruitment and Selection PSYCH 604 (400:7) Performance Appraisal PSYCH 604 (400:64) Advanced Social Practicum in I/O : PSYCH 605 (400:91) Practicum in Industrial/ Organizational Total Hours 0 Social Emphasis Required for all students (listed above): 11 : Principles of Psychometrics PSYCH 606/5606 (400:16g) Special Topics in Social PSYCH 600 (400:41) Research Design PSYCH 601 (400:18) Evolution, Brain and Social Behavior PSYCH 60 (400:0) Social and Cognitive PSYCH 60 (400:61) Personality PSYCH 604 (400:64) Advanced Social : PSYCH 6006 (400:9) Research in 6 : PSYCH 605 (400:94) Advances and s 4 in Social (1 hr. each of 4 semesters for a total of 4 hrs) Electives in (determined in consultation with the Graduate The following courses are pre-approved as electives in this program: PSYCH 004/5004 PSYCH 10/510 PSYCH 10/510 (400:15g) PSYCH 104/5104 (400:17g) PSYCH 04/504 (400:17g) PSYCH 0/50 PSYCH 04/504 PSYCH 05/505 PSYCH 404/5404 of Aging Health Organizational Industrial of Human PSYCH 50/550 (400:14g) PSYCH 50/550 PSYCH 504/5504 PSYCH 505/5505 (400:15g) PSYCH 4607/5607 (400:164g) PSYCH 4608/5608 (400:167g) PSYCH 600 (400:9) PSYCH 685 (400:85) PSYCH 689 (400:89) PSYCH 6401 (400:49) PSYCH 6406 (400:5) PSYCH 6410 hours total from: PSYCH 4704/5704 (400:19g) or PSYCH 4705/5705 (400:19g) Conditioning and Learning Memory and Language Cognitive Psychological Anthropology Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective Graduate Practicum in Teaching Readings in Seminar Cognitive and Intellectual Assessment Psychopathology Advanced Child Psychopathology and Evidence Based Treatment Practicum in Teaching Research Experience in Total Hours 45 Individualized Study Emphasis Required of all students (listed above): 11 (hours determined in 0 consultation with the faculty advisor and Graduate The following courses are pre-approved for this program: PSYCH 004/5004 PSYCH 10/510 PSYCH 10/510 (400:15g) PSYCH 104/5104 (400:17g) PSYCH 04/504 (400:17g) PSYCH 0/50 PSYCH 04/504 PSYCH 05/505 of Aging Health Organizational Industrial 4

5 Department of PSYCH 404/5404 PSYCH 50/550 (400:14g) PSYCH 50/550 PSYCH 504/5504 PSYCH 505/5505 (400:15g) PSYCH 606/5606 (400:16g) PSYCH 4607/5607 (400:164g) PSYCH 4608/5608 (400:167g) PSYCH 600 (400:41) PSYCH 600 (400:9) PSYCH 6006 (400:9) PSYCH 601 (400:18) PSYCH 60 (400:0) PSYCH 60 (400:61) PSYCH 604 (400:64) PSYCH 605 (400:94) PSYCH 685 (400:85) PSYCH 689 (400:89) PSYCH 6401 (400:49) PSYCH 6406 (400:5) PSYCH 6410 hours total from: PSYCH 4704/5704 (400:19g) or PSYCH 4705/5705 (400:19g) of Human Conditioning and Learning Memory and Language Cognitive Special Topics in Social Principles of Psychometrics Psychological Anthropology Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective Research Design Graduate Practicum in Teaching Research in Evolution, Brain and Social Behavior Social and Cognitive Personality Advanced Social Advances and s in Social Readings in Seminar Cognitive and Intellectual Assessment Psychopathology Advanced Child Psychopathology and Evidence Based Treatment Practicum in Teaching Research Experience in Total Hours 41 Program Certificates The University of Northern Iowa makes available, in addition to traditional programs, the opportunity for students to earn program certificates. Program certificates provide an alternative to programs leading to a degree, a major, or a minor; they certify that an individual has completed a program approved by the university. For information on the following program certificates, contact the Department of or the Office of the Registrar, which serves as the centralized registry. Industrial and Organizational Certificate This certificate provides undergraduate students with the skills and knowledge necessary to be competitive in a professional human resources or consulting environment. The 6000-level courses listed are available only to graduate students. Required : PSYCH 04/504 Organizational PSYCH 05/505 Industrial Electives: select three of the following: 9 : PSYCH 01 Applied (400:05) PSYCH 404/5404 PSYCH 50/550 (400:14g) PSYCH 0 (400:160) of Human Social Principles of Psychometrics Communication Studies: COMM 414/514 Organizational Cultures and (48C:14g) Communication COMM 055 (48C:1) COMM 4155/5155 (48C:15g) Political Science: POL AMER 4177/5177 (94:177g) POL AMER 1048 (94:048) POL AMER 415/515 (94:15g) POL AMER 174 (94:174) Management: MGMT 919/5919 (150:119g) MGMT 155 Organizational Communication Organizational Communication Assessment Political Introduction to Public Administration Public Organizations Public Personnel Administration Leadership and Human Relations Human Resource Management 5

6 Department of MGMT 905/5905 (150:105g) MGMT 187 (150:187) MGMT 965/5965 (150:165g) MGMT 966/5966 (150:166g) Education: POSTSEC 618 (170:18) POSTSEC 666 (170:66) EDLEAD 645 (70:45) EDLEAD 710 (70:10) EDLEAD 711 (70:11) Employment and Labor Law Organization Structure and Design Organizational Behavior Staffing and Employee Leisure, Youth, and Human Services: LYHS 7 (40:154) LYHS 60 (40:0) LYHS 00 (40:00) LYHS 641 (40:50) LYHS 640 (40:60) Technology: TECH 4187/5187 (0:187g) TECH 196 (0:196) Organization and Governance of Postsecondary Education Administration of Student Affairs Leadership for Effective Schools Human Resource Administration Educational Leadership and Systems Change Human Resource for Nonprofit and Youth Agencies Social of Leisure Leadership in Leisure, Youth and Human Services Management Issues in Leisure, Youth and Human Services Strategic Program Management Applied Industrial Supervision and Management Industrial Safety Total Hours 15 The 6000-level and 7000-level electives are available only to graduate students. 6

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