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Student Learning Outcomes

  • Core foundational knowledge in areas of psychology including history and systems, social aspects of behavior, cognitive aspects of behavior, affective aspects of behavior, developmental aspects of behavior, and biological aspects of behavior;
  • Appropriately employing contemporary research designs and statistical concepts;
    Engaging in independent research;
  • Disseminating research findings accurately and clearly in written and verbal formats.
  • A broad knowledge base of, and the capacity for critical analysis of, scientific literature in clinical assessment, diagnosis, and intervention;
  • Appropriately implementing evidence-based assessments, diagnostic methods, and interventions;
  • Accurately and clearly disseminating clinical findings in professional evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes, and case presentations;
  • Appropriate knowledge of models and methods of clinical supervision and professional consultation.
  • Appropriate knowledge of cultural and individual diversity and apply this knowledge in the course of clinical supervision though practical;
  • Appropriate facility with applicable municipal, state, guild, and federal guidelines for ethical research and clinical practice;
  • Active participation in research teams, the department, and the community;
  • Behaving in ways that reflect the values and attitudes of psychology, including promptness, responsiveness, openness to feedback, and concern for the welfare of others.