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    William Paterson University
   
 
  Jan 20, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog

PSY 4800 Seminar in Psychology


This course serves as an integration of previous learning and an opportunity for the student to “pull it all together” where students review and evaluate what they have previously been exposed to and integrate and synthesis their learning into a coherent theoretical model of human behavior and thought. The course also serves as an opportunity for students to self-define what kind of theoretical orientations they privately endorse for the purposes of their own future development and growth. To these ends, students will be expected to display their knowledge coherently in written and oral form. This is a writing intensive course that will require students to complete a minimum of 15 pages of formal writing. Prerequisite(s): PSY 2030  AND PSY 2100  AND PSY 2200  AND PSY 2300  AND PSY 3500  AND PSY 3510  AND PSY 3530  AND (PSY 3540  OR PSY 3750  OR PSY 4200 )
Credits: 3.0