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PSYC 501 - Biological Bases of Behavior

A critical review of the anatomical and neurophysiological bases of behavior as related to theory and practice in psychology.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 502 - Social Bases of Behavior

Critical overview of theory and research in social cognition, interpersonal relations, group dynamics and organizational psychology. Implications of principles for issues and problems in real-world social systems are developed.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 503 - Learning, Cognition, and Motivation

Empirical and theoretical issues relating to learning, cognitive psychology, perceptual learning, drive and emotion will be surveyed. Emphasis will be placed on differing theoretical interpretations of a given set of data.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 504 - Individual and Cultural Differences

Review of the basic models used to explore and explain how and why people differ from each other. The course will explore the influence of culture and individual characteristics such as gender, ability and personality, as well as how these influences change over a person's lifetime.(3-0-3)

Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 505 - History and Systems of Psychology

Critical and conceptual evaluation of influential philosophical and psychological theories of human behavior: From the Greek bronze age to the modern era.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 506 - Therapy I

Basic clinical skills including intake, suicide assessment, case formulation, differential diagnosis, and basics of conducting cognitive behavioral therapy. Taken when not preceded by PSYC 518 (Basic Clinical Skills).(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 507 - Therapy II

Second semester seminar and supervised training in basic clinical skills, including interviewing, development of a therapeutic relationship, managing the process of therapy and assessing therapy progress. Requires active standing in the clinical program and approved clinical placement.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 506)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 508 - Ethics and Professional Issues I

This is an introductory course designed around ethical issues confronting clinical psychologists. It is offered to incoming first year clinical students to allow them to think about ethical issues in treatment, assessment, and professional behavior. Using the APA ethics code as a guide, students present and respond to ethical dilemmas that they may face as they embark upon their career as clinical psychologists. Other professional issues are also discussed including the transition to graduate school, course selection decisions, and any other general graduate school questions that may arise.(2-0-2)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 509 - Ethics and Professional Issues II

This is a continuation of PSYC 508 but offered to second semester, third year students. It is designed to prepare students for the later parts of the graduate student experience. Topics include dissertation research, the internship experience, early job and career decisions, supervision, and consultation. Barriers to successful completion of the program are discussed and problem solved. Ethical issues such as those confronting new Ph.D.'s are also introduced.(1-0-1)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 510 - Clinical Assessment I

Seminar and supervised training in intellectual and cognitive assessment for adults and children. Research, psychometric characteristics, conceptual foundations, clinical applicability, administration, scoring and interpretation of major assessment instruments, and writing reports. Requires active standing in the clinical program. Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 511 - Psychometric Theory

Basic understanding of principles and theories of psychological measurement emphasizing (1) theories and methods for estimation of reliability and validity, (2) techniques for the measurement of psychological variables and (3), methods for construction of psychological and educational measuring instruments.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 545 and PSYC 546)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 512 - Clinical Assessment II

Seminar and supervised training in personality assessment of adults and children. Research, psychometric characteristics, conceptual foundations, clinical applicability, administration, scoring and interpretation of major assessment instruments, and writing reports.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 510)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 514 - Vocational Evaluation II: Report Development and Communication

The process of developing vocational evaluation and staffing reports. Gathering, analyzing, integrating, synthesizing, and interpreting evaluation information. Development of feasible recommendations utilizing related sources of labor market/ occupational information.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 513)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 515 - Vocational Evaluation Laboratory

Practical skills in vocational evaluations including application of work samples and situational assessment at a vocational evaluation site in the community.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 517 - Performance Appraisal Seminar

The objectives of the seminar are to 1) provide a broad understanding of the multiple facets of performance appraisal, 2) understand research and advances in the field, and 3) understand the challenges and pitfalls of successfully implementing a PA system in an organization.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 529 and PSYC 556)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 518 - Basic Clinical Skills

This course covers introductory therapy skills including intake, suicide assessment, case formulation, and differential diagnosis.(1-0-1)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 526)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 519 - Therapy I-A

Basics of conducting cognitive behavioral therapy following PSYC 518 (Basic Clinical Skills).(2-0-2)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 518)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 520 - Health Psychology

Introduction to theoretical, clinical and research issues in adult behavioral medicine. Covers general perspectives of a biobehavioral approach, factors affecting adult health and illness, diagnostic and treatment approaches, and issues in research and application.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 523 - Introduction to Theories of Psychotherapy

Introduction to various approaches to therapeutic intervention. The conceptual bases, history, methods, empirical foundations and applicability of important schools of therapeutic intervention will be considered.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 524 - Assessment and Treatment of Infants and Young Children

Reviews current conceptualizations, assessment and treatment of childhood disorders from a behavioral-system perspective. Examines the impact of the family, school and other relevant systems on the development and treatment of child behavior problems.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 525 - Developmental Psychopathology

This course covers theory and research on developmental processes and their functions to promote health and as risk factors for psychopathology.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 526 - Psychopathology

Critical examination of clinical and experimental research in psychopathology and diagnostic classification systems.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 529 - Personnel Selection and Evaluation

Principles and techniques of employee selection and placement. Analysis of test data which will maximize the effectiveness of such techniques.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 530 - Contemporary Issues in Industrial Organizational Psychology

Survey of major theoretical formulations and current approaches to intervention techniques in the field of industrial-organizational psychology.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 529 and PSYC 556)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 531 - Organizational Attitudes and Behavioral Seminar

The course is an in-depth study of factors that affect Organizational behavior and attitude (motivational theories). The various key attitudes and behaviors that organizations are defined and research relating to them is discussed (e.g. job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job involvement, turnover, absenteeism, and organizational citizenship). We also identify the stresses on today's employees' life and discuss some ways to manage them (e.g. job stress, work-family conflict, minority and immigrant worker.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 556)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 533 - Clinical Practicum

Clinical assessment, therapy and/or consultation in a community-based mental health setting or medical facility for an average of 15 to 20 hours per week, per semester. Students obtain supervised experience in the provision of psychological services and related professional activities. Must be in an approved clinical placement site. (Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 534 - Attachment Theory Throughout the Lifespan

Provides an in depth understanding of attachment theory and research, as well as clinical applications throughout the life span. Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 535 - Seminar in Personnel Selection

A critical review of advanced techniques in personnel selection. Includes such topics such as validity generalization, utility analysis, and applications of latent trait theory.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 511)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 536 - Affective Disorders

Examination of current theory and research regarding affective disorders. Covers cognitive, behavioral, biological, and cultural perspectives. The relationship of affective symptomatology and diagnosis to other types of psychopathology are considered.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 526)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 537 - Child Cognitive Development

The course is designed to be a practical primer on the changes in cognition that occur from ages five to seven when there is a major change in how children perceive their world and how the world perceives them.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 538 - Psychology of Sport, Performance, and Health

The course examines the clinical and research literature on the physical and psychological benefits of the following: regular physical activity; psychological, social, and environmental aspects of exercise non-adherence; and mental and behavioral strategies for promoting motivation, confidence, concentration, and enhanced sport performance.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 540 - Research Methods

This course prepares students for designing and interpreting empirical research. The collection of meaningful data, appropriate use of data analytic techniques, and the interpretation of data results are presented.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 545 - Graduate Statistics I

Basic course in elementary statistics Introduction to inferential statistics and statistical analysis of psychological data. Emphasis on hypothesis testing procedures and computer applications.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 546 - Graduate Statistics II

Statistical procedures used in the prediction and explanation of psychological data, including multiple regression. Emphasis on computer applications.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 545)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 548 - Vocational Psychiatric Rehabilitation

An in depth review of models available to help people with severe mental illness obtain and maintain employment. Topics relating to vocational evaluation, work adjustment, placement, supported work models, and follow-up will be covered.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 549 - Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling

Seminar and supervised experience in rehabilitation and mental health counseling with an emphasis on development of individual counseling skills. Students work in a field-based rehabilitation and mental health counseling capacity carrying a small client caseload while participating in weekly individual and group supervision. Includes topics related to counseling processes, procedures, and theories; ethics; and crisis prevention, assessment, and intervention.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 410, PSYC 523, and PSYC 557)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 550 - Couples Research and Therapy

Advanced seminar introduces students to empirically based interventions for couples. Presents clinically relevant and empirically derived material to better understand the importance of both technique and theory when intervening at a couples level.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 552 - Legal Issues in Human Resource Management

Seminar on the legal context of human resource management, focusing on equal employment opportunity laws. Will discuss how to design employee selection, evaluation and compensation systems that comply with U.S. federal laws and regulations.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 529)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 553 - Family and Couples Therapy

Surveys the major theoretical perspectives for understanding and intervening with family and marital problems.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 554 - Survey of Multivariate Statistics

Introduction to the major multivariate statistical procedures used in psychology; factor analysis, discriminant analysis, multivariate analysis of variance and canonical correlation.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 545) OR (PSYC 546)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 555 - Seminar in Industrial Training

Survey of various types of training and development programs used in industry. Also included are related major issues, specific techniques, assessment of training needs and evaluation of training programs.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 529 and PSYC 556)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 556 - Organizational Psychology

Theory and research concerning human behavior in formal organizations, communication nets, dynamics of managerial jobs; current ideas concerning organizations.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 557 - Pre Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling

Study of the counseling process within a multicultural society. Includes essential interviewing and counseling techniques, counselor characteristics and behaviors, and ethical considerations in counseling with an orientation toward wellness and empowerment.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 558 - Industrial Psychology Internship I

Supervised experience in psychological practices in an industrial setting. (Credit: variable)(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 559 - Industrial Psychology Internship II

Supervised experience in psychological practices in an industrial setting. (credit: Variable)(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 561 - Applied Counseling Techniques

Methods and techniques in the group counseling process including group facilitation and leadership. Provides a theoretical and experiential understanding of group purpose, development, dynamics, theories, methods, skills, and other group approaches in a multicultural society with an emphasis on working with persons with disabilities within a family/systems framework.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 523*)]
An asterisk (*) designates a course which may be taken concurrently.
Corequisite: None

PSYC 562 - Job Placement

Techniques of job development, job analysis, job placement, job seeking skills and follow-up. Includes affirmative action, manpower, and legislative programs involving job placement of special groups.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 563 - Human Growth and Career Development

Presentation and discussion of human growth and career development theories across life span with special emphasis on persons with disabilities. Includes the nature and needs of persons at all developmental levels and in multicultural contexts with specific focus on biological bases of behavior, learning and personality development, transitioning, career decision making, and the family/system in?uences on vocational choice.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 564 - Rehabilitation Research Seminar

The primary objective of this course is to help students become familiar with rehabilitation and mental health counseling research, acquire the basic knowledge and skills for designing and conducting applied research, and develop a preliminary research proposal for their research project. A secondary purpose is to teach students to critically evaluate rehabilitation and mental health counseling research in order to inform evidence-based practice. Includes an overview of various research designs, data analysis techniques, and the use of SPSS for statistical analysis as well as principles and models of program evaluation and the use of findings to effect program modifications.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 566 - Addictive Behaviors

A review of theoretical models of addiction from sociological, biological, and psychological perspectives. Critical examination of research methodology and clinical approaches. Emphasis on alcohol and drug abuse. Also covers substance abuse in special populations and other addictive behaviors.(3-0-3) Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 571 - Seminar in Quantitative Psychology

Presentation and discussion of advanced topics in quantitative psychology. Specific content will vary from year to year. Topics such as factor analysis, multidimensional scaling, etc., will be discussed. May be taken more than once. Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 554)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 573 - Psychosocial Bases: Disability and Behavior

Presentation and discussion of psychological and social issues of disability and human behavior. Somatopsychology, field integrative theories and psychological aspects of disabilities. Consent of instructor(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 575 - Adult Career Development and Vocational Behavior

Presentation and discussion of impact of disabilities on adult career development. Vocational development theories, occupational information and analysis, career counseling and research methodology.Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 577 - Professional and Ethical Issues in Rehabilitation Counseling Psychology

Presentation and discussion of issues related to professional and ethical practice in rehabilitation counseling psychology. History and philosophy of rehabilitation, professional and ethical standards, concerns in rehabilitation assessment, counseling, placement and independent living. Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 578 - Rehabilitation Internship I

Supervised experience in rehabilitation and mental health counseling, which is intended to reflect the comprehensive work experience of a professional counselor. Students are provided the opportunity to become familiar with a variety of professional activities and resources in addition to direct service (e.g., record keeping, assessment instruments, supervision, information and referral, in-service, and staff meetings).(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 549)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 579 - Rehabilitation Internship II

Supervised experience in rehabilitation and mental health counseling, which is intended to reflect the comprehensive work experience of a professional counselor. Students are provided the opportunity to become familiar with a variety of professional activities and resources in addition to direct service (e.g., record keeping, assessment instruments, supervision, information and referral, in-service, and staff meetings).(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 549)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 580 - Seminar in Leadership

Reviews models and theories of leadership that cover group dynamics, power, influence, and conflict management as well as issues of diversity and gender. The focus is on research and practical issues in understanding leadership and its effectiveness. Requires certification as K-12 teacher or approval of instructor.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 556)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 581 - Neuropsychologicial Assessment

Seminar in neuropsychological assessment. A review of neuroanatomy followed with a review of the conceptual foundations of brain-behavior relationships. Major assessment instruments will be covered.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 582 - Applied Psycholphysiology and Biofeedback

Reviews applications of physiological measures to practical problems. Clinical applications of biofeedback are discussed and demonstrated. Special emphasis on electromyographic techniques.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 583 - Rehabilitation Engineering Technology I: Survey of Interdisciplinary Application of RET

An overview of Assistive Technology (AT) used by people with disabilities. Includes contact with local AT sites, consumers and practicing professionals. Reviews specific AT applications for communication, mobility and control; national and local AT resources; and economics of AT development, marketing and service delivery. Design, engineering, and architectural issues relevant to people with disabilities are introduced.Instructor permission required.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 584 - Rehabilitation Engineering Technology II: Access to Independence through Assistive Technology

Seminar designed for deeper exploration of Assistive Technology issues introduced in PSYC 583. Special focus on accessibility issues, technology outreach and awareness training; additional topics are chosen to reflect the specific interests of students in the class. Buildings are surveyed using ADAAG criteria for accessibility.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 583)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 585 - Rehabilitation Engineering Technology III

Seminar designed to accompany and enhance practical RET experiences, such as concurrent internship, employment or approved projects involving RET/AT applications. Case presentations of technology for independent living, issues of quality of outcome, alternatives/appropriateness of technology solutions, ethics, emotional aspects of technology acquisition, independence/dependency and barriers to acquiring and deployment of AT are discussed.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 583 and PSYC 584)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 586 - Concepts of Supervision

Explores formulations of the supervisory relationship and critical issues in the supervision of clinicians.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 588 - Graduate Psychology Seminar

Reports and discussion of current problems and issues in psychology.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 589 - Rehabilitation Internship III

Supervised experience in rehabilitation counseling. (Credit: Variable)(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 549)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 590 - Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Class covers a wide range of topics including a review of the disease and disability models of mental illness, skills training components in treatment, incentive strategies for participants, transfer of learned skills to other situations, and cognitive rehabilitation strategies.(3-0-3)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 591 - Research and Thesis M.S.

Instructor permission required.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 594 - Special Projects

Instructor permission required.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 595 - Graduate Research Project

Independent research for PhD students who are required to complete a thesis equivalent project. Instructor permission required.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 597 - Special Problems

Instructor permission required.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 599 - Clinical Internship

Ph.D. Comprehensive Exam Participation in full-time internship accredited by the American Psychological Association, or, in exceptional cases, approved by the clinical Psychology program. Approval of dissertation proposal and instructor permission required.(0-0-1)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 600 - Continuation of Residency

Continuation of residency.(0-0-1)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 691 - Research and Thesis Ph.D.

Research and thesis for Ph. D. students.(Credit: Variable)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 710 - Compensation and Benefit Application

Compensation and benefit application.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 711 - Multilevel Data Analysis

Review of statistical methods for analysis of data at multiple levels of aggregation, such as individual and group-level phenomena. The course will cover conceptual issues, statistical models, and data analysis using computer software.(3-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 712 - Bayley Scales of Infant Development

Bayley Scales of Infant Development.(3-0-1)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 714 - Assessment Centers

This course will develop the knowledge and skills needed for the design and implementation of assessment centers and other individual assessment methods.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 715 - Organizational Assessment and Planning

This short course focuses on various processes and tools used in organizations to assess effectiveness, establishing priorities, and creating plans of action for change. Topics include the strategic planning process and the development and use of assessment tools such as organizational surveys and focus groups. Requires basic knowledge of statistics.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 716 - Base Pay Management

This course provides an in-depth discussion of the principles, design, implementation and evaluation of an employee base-pay program. Topics include concepts for determining market position using salary surveys, the design of base pay structures, principles of merit pay, and the ongoing management of base pay programs. (1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 717 - Variable Pay Programs

This course provides an in-depth review of variable pay programs within organizations, including incentives, recognition programs and team-based pay. Organization-wide, organizational unit, and individual programs will be discussed in terms of plan design, implementation and evaluation.(1.5-0-1.5)

Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 719 - Fundamentals of Employee Benefits Programs

This course will address all aspects of employee benefits programs including government regulations, health and welfare plans, retirement plans and pay for time not worked. Case studies will be used to model real-life situations encountered by Human Resources professionals.(1.5-0-1.5)

Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 720 - Individual Assessment for Industrial/Organizational Psychology

This course is designed to teach students how to assess individuals for hire, promotion, and development. Students will develop a testing protocol including a structured interview, cognitive ability, and personality testing. The course will provide applied experience conducing assessments of executives who have volunteered to serve as testing subjects. Interviewing skill, test interpretation, and report writing are the primary learning objectives of the course.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 721 - Network Analysis

Network analyses focuses on relationships between social entities (e.g. individuals, groups, businesses) and has been used in a number of fields including the social and behavioral sciences. The primary focus will center on social network analysis, which has been developed from an interdisciplinary approach from sociology, psychology, and economics. This course will present an introduction to various methods and concepts of social network analysis including applications in the social and behavioral sciences using these methods. Topics include, but are not limited to, graph theory, properties of individuals, subgroups/cliques, blockmodels, and dyad/triad analysis. An introduction to network models and applications in common software programs will also be given.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: [(PSYC 545 and PSYC 546)]
Corequisite: None

PSYC 722 - Consulting Fundamentals

The course will focus on identifying customer groups, developing products or services, pricing, proposal writing, and ethics in consulting.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 782 - Assitive Technology for Counselors

Intensive one-week overview of Assistive Technology with a focus on vocational applications. Includes visitations to working assistive technology sites, and lectures by consumers and specialists (including several of national prominence) in various areas of AT. Instructor permission required.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None

PSYC 783 - Vocational Applications of AT

Internet based distance class designed to follow PSYC 782 and further develop the student's knowledge of AT and the skill in applying AT to solve practical problems for persons with disabilities. Applies knowledge AT service delivery presented in PSYC 782 to issues in the student's local region. Identifies AT needs of persons with disabilities and weaknesses, strengths, and gaps in local region's AT service delivery, with emphasis on vocational applications. Instructor permission required.(1.5-0-1.5)
Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: None