The following is a guide to our program's course options for the Spring 2010 semester, as well as options from other departments. Please consult with the student handbook , your advisor, your Program of Study, or me if you have questions about which courses to take. Certificate students, you can register for 645 despite the 611 prerequisite.
First year graduate students in our program should take the following two courses unless otherwise specified:
PSYC 612 Advance Statistics/Research Methods - McKnight or Winsler
PSYC 645 Research Methods in Human Factors: Task Analysis - Monk.
Many students take a third class as well (but no more than 3), which can be from the following unless otherwise specified:
PSYC 685 Cognitive Neuroscience - Parasuraman
PSYC 734 Human-Robot Interaction - Trafton
PSYC 768 Visio-Spatial Cognition - Kozhevnikov
PSYC 768 Attention and the Brain - Peterson
PSYC 768 Cognitive Foundations of CSS - Kennedy
PSYC 897 Directed Readings and Research (doctoral students only)
Please note that 734, 737, and 768 can be repeated because they have rotating seminar topics. Also, talk to your advisor if you would like to do a practicum in the spring semester. The rules and instructions are available in the Student Handbook.
Other department options:
PSYC 592 Psychology of Stress - Chrosniak
Course outside the department (Note: Instruction permission is typically required)
OR 671 Judgment and Choice Processing and Decision Making - Adelman
EDIT 526 Web Accessibility and Design
EDIT 705 Instructional Design
SWE 632 User Interface Design and Development (requires programming experience)
Above all, you should consult with your advisor if you have questions whether a class fulfills a requirement.