Counseling Psychology 737:

Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology

with Stephanie Graham

Online

About this course: Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology (CP 737) is a graduate-level seminar in the history of psychology. It will provide students with a broad and general coverage of the development of psychology as a scientific discipline. The course includes coverage of philosophy of science and systems of psychological inquiry, with applications to current research in psychology. This seminar will be offered online.

Additionally, this course is designed to meet a Discipline-Specific Knowledge requirement (History and Systems of Psychology) for students enrolled in APA-accredited PhD programs in professional psychology.

COUN PSY 737: Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology Times

ONLINE

COUN PSY 737: Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology Dates
July 17 –
August 13
COUN PSY 737: Seminar in History and Systems of Psychology Credits
Credit
Course
Counseling Psychology 729: Advanced Social Psychology Questions
Questions?

Contact SRGRAHAM2@WISC.EDU

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