MPSY 6200 Advanced Social Psychology (Graduate)

This course is designed to explore topics within social psychology in depth through the use of empirical journal articles as well as texts. Students will be provided an opportunity to develop deeper knowledge of many of the major studies within the field of social psychology. Students will be encouraged to form connections between course material and their own experiences as social psychology topics are issues that occur in our everyday lives.

Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

1. Demonstrate knowledge regarding the findings of major studies within the field of social psychology and identify the impact of these findings on human social behavior.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of social psychological concepts and how they impact human social behavior.
3. Analyze empirical journal articles on various social psychological topics and summarize how the findings have contributed to our understanding of social behavior of humans.

Prerequisite Courses: None

Related Offerings:
MPSY 5050 Writing in Psychology (Summer II 2024)
MPSY 5100 Multicultural Psychology (Fall I 2023)
MPSY 5200 Lifespan Development (Winter/Spring II 2025)
MPSY 5400 Advanced Counseling Theory (Summer I 2024)
MPSY 5600 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences – master’s track only (Summer II 2024)
MPSY 5800 Legal & Ethical Issues in Psychology (Winter/Spring II 2024)
MPSY 6000 Psychopathology (Fall II 2023)
MPSY 6200 Advanced Social Psychology (Summer I 2024)
MPSY 6600 Research Methods in Psychology – prerequisite:  MPSY 5600 (Fall I 2024 & Winter/Spring II 2025)
MPSY 6800 Advanced Biopsychology (Winter/Spring I 2024)
MPSY 6920 Capstone Course – Master of Science in Psychology (Fall II 2024)

Indiana Tech

Semester: Summer I 2024

Professor: Dr. Justin Boyce

Credit Hours: 3

Date: 6/3/24 – 7/14/24

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MPSY 6200 Syllabus

Master of Science in Psychology

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction