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An introduction to the methods by which psychologists attempt to create, disseminate and integrate knowledge about behavior. PSYC 3140 fulfills the Writing in the Discipline Requirement for Psychology and Neuroscience majors.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): Psychology majors require PSYC 2000, PSYC 3130 and ENGL 1160. Neuroscience majors require PSYC 3130 and ENGL 1160

Distribution: Writing in the Discipline Single Course


The Department of Psychology offers the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees. The psychology course requirements are identical in these two degree programs, emphasizing training and hands-on experience in the research process centered on a four-course sequence capped by a laboratory in one of six areas of psychology: learning, cognition, development, sensation and perception, behavioral neuroscience, or animal behavior. The B.A. and B.S. degree programs differ in additional course requirements, as described below. Both programs prepare the student for graduate study in psychology.


...the Neuroscience major this is fulfilled with PSYC 3140 . Neuroscience is a rapidly growing field...