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Master's Degree Programs 
In Applied Psychophysiology

M.Sc. In Applied Psychophysiology

M.Ed. In Applied Psychophysiology

MSW In Applied Psychophysiology

 

CORE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The Department of Psychophysiology, within the College of Certified Psychophysiologists, provides several options of obtaining a Masters Degree in Applied Psychophysiology.

The primary purpose of this program is to prepare graduates to enter doctoral programs and continue their studies in psychophysiology as well a to qualifying them to pursue careers in a professional practice having a sound understanding of the interrelations of the of the mind and body.

This master's degree program teaches students to assist and assist individuals go achieve greater levels of functioning through both psychophysiological and psychoeducation techniques that will allow an individual to control physiological and psychological behavior as well as assist people exhibiting signals of distress that have been caused by dysfunctional patterns in their physiological and psychological systems.

Students in our program learn to be scientific professionals, who use knowledge of the mind and body to detect and educate clients on their physiological processes then help them achieve homeostasis without the use of medication or evasive medical procedures.

The degree can take takes 1-3 years to complete including the completion of a research based thesis or project.

Note, this program is not a clinical psychology program. However, it can offer more flexibility in program planning to those wishing to enhance and further develop their clinical knowledge and expertise, but who do not intend to use the degree to qualify for licensure in the field of psychology.

 

CORE CURRICULUM

MSP 4101- Fundamentals of Psychophysiology 3 credit(s)

MSP 4001- Human Biology 3 credit(s)

MSP 4102- Psychophysiological Research 3 credit(s)
MSP 4103- Environmental Cultural Influences 3 credit(s)
MSP 4104- Fundamentals of Biofeedback 3 credit(s)
MSP 4105- Fundamentals of Psyspirology 3 credit(s)
MSP 4106- Essentials of Pharmacokinetics 3 credit(s)
MSP 4107- Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology 3 credit(s)
MSP 4108- Essentials of Pathophysiology 3 credit(s)
MSP 4109- Ethics in Healthcare 3 credit(s)
MSP 4110- Psychophysiological Recording, Assessment, and Interventions 3 credit(s)
MSP 4201- Graduate Colloquium 1 credit(s)
MSP 4301- Master's Thesis 3 credit(s)

 

Foundational Course Requirements

(The courses may be required to be taken prior to commencing Master's Program)

MSP 4002- General Psychology 1 credit(s)
MSP 5507- Graduate Level Academic Writing 3 credit(s) (only if needed)

 

Elective Course Requirement

The two elective requirement can be satisfied by transfer course or a course offered by
the Department of Psychophysiology.

MSP 4001- General Biology 1 credit(s)
MSP 4002- General Psychology 1 credit(s)

 

Total Other Elective Courses: 2
Total M.Sc. Applied Psychophysiology Credits: 37
Total M.Sc. Applied Psychophysiology with Foundational Course(s) Credits: 38-42

 

M.Ed. Degree

Note, this program is not a clinical psychology program. However, it can offer more flexibility in program planning to those wishing to enhance and further develop their clinical knowledge and expertise, but who do not intend to use the degree to qualify for licensure in the field of education.

Foundational Course Requirements

These additional courses are required for M.Ed. Program

MEP 4301- The Role Of The Educator as an Inquirer 1 credit(s)
MEP 4302- The Role Of The Educator as a Researcher 1 credit(s)
MEP 4303- The Role Of The Educator as an Evaluator 1 credit(s)
MEP 4304- Educating Students with Disabilities and Exceptionalities 1 credit(s)

Total M.Ed. Applied Psychophysiology with Foundational Course(s) Credits: 42-46

MSW Degree

Note, this program is not a clinical psychology program. However, it can offer more flexibility in program planning to those wishing to enhance and further develop their clinical knowledge and expertise, but who do not intend to use the degree to qualify for licensure in the field of social work.

Foundational Course Requirements

These additional courses are required for MSW Program

MSW 1501- Policy Context Of Practice 1 credit(s)
MSW 1511 - Contemporary Debates /Ethical Dilemmas In Social Work 1 credit(s)
MSW 1512- Knowledge & Inquiry: Retheorizing Social Work 1 credit(s)
MSW 1515- Transnational Social Work 1 credit(s)

MSW 1519- Indigenous Resistance, Resurgence & Revitalization For Helpers 1 credit(s)

MSW 1506- Advance Practice Practicum 4 credit(s)

Total MSW Applied Psychophysiology with Foundational Course(s) Credits: 44-48

 

 

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