MPSY 6800 Advanced Biopsychology (Graduate)

This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth study of normal and abnormal human behaviors from the perspective of brain functioning. A review of the foundational knowledge and examination of current research of the relationship between biological function of the brain and nervous system/neuroanatomy will be explored.

Prerequisite Courses: MPSY 5050

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: Winter/Spring I 2024

Instructor: TBD

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 1/29/24 – 3/10/24

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grades 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MPSY 6800 Syllabus

Master of Science in Psychology

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction