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Psychology courses carry social science or science credit, as indicated. See individual course descriptions for courses that may not be audited.

PSYCH 306-CN : Introduction to Clinical Psychology


This course introduces major concepts and methods of clinical psychology. The course emphasizes four main areas relevant to clinical psychology: (1) fundamentals of clinical psychology with some discussion of the history of the field, (2) psychological assessment, (3) psychotherapy, and (4) research that has been used to investigate the efficacy of interventions in clinical psychology. Ethical issues as they relate to the field are also be considered. Course requirements include an annotated bibliography and research paper, two essay exams, and class attendance and participation. Carries social science credit. Prerequisite: PSYCH 110 or equivalent. Completion of PSYCH 303 is recommended for students enrolled in PSYCH 306, but not required.

Spring 2024
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
03/25/24 - 06/08/24M
6:15 – 9:15 p.m.Kresge Hall 233562
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Gorvine, Benjamin
Evanston Campus
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