College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Student Learning Outcomes
Students can identify appropriate basic research methods to test hypotheses empirically.
Students can apply psychological theory to scientific questions and real-world problems.
Students can find and evaluate relevant literature.
Students can demonstrate proficient writing skills, including scientific writing in APA style.
Students can manage data and analyze data using appropriate statistical methods.
Students can analyze psychological research and theory in relation to their own personal development.
Students can identify how diversity impacts individual and social behavior.
Students can employ appropriate ethical principles in psychological settings.
*Retrieved from AMS February 5, 2021. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.