Program Curriculum Full Time

Academic Year I: Fall

  • PSY 620-1, PSY 620-2 Scientific Thesis – Psychological Research and Writing (2 credits)
  • INT 510 The Person: Integrating Philosophical, Theological, and Psychological Perspectives I (2 credits)
  • PSY/PSYS 718 Research Design for the Psychological Sciences (3 credits)
  • LIB 500 Library: Information Use and Research (0 credits)

Academic Year I: Spring

  • PSY 620-3, PSY-4 Scientific Thesis – Psychological Research and Writing (2 credits)
  • INT 511 The Person: Integrating Philosophical, Theological, and Psychological Perspectives II (2 credits)
  • PSY/PSYS 729 Advanced Statistical Methods (3 credits)

Academic Year I: Summer

  • PSY 620-5, PSY 620-6 Scientific Thesis – Psychological Research and Writing (2 credits)
  • PSY/PSYS 504 Psychological Measurement (3 credits)

Academic Year II: Fall

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing I (5 credits)
  • INT 615 Flourishing through Freedom and Moral Development III (2 credits)
  • PSYS 730 Advanced Qualitative Research (3 credits)

Academic Year II: Spring

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing II (5 credits)
  • PSY/PSYS 896 Independent Study I (3 credits)

Academic Year II: Summer

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing III (5 credits)
  • PSY/PSYS 896 Independent Study I (3 credits)

Academic Year III: Fall

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing IV (5 credits)

Academic Year III: Spring

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing V (5 credits)

Academic Year III: Summer

  • PSY/PSYS 899 Dissertation Research and Writing VI (5 credits)