|Course Title||INTRO TO RESEARCH METHODS|
|Full Title||Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology|
|Description||Methods used to answer questions in psychology, including case study, observation, survey, experimental, and field study procedures. Class projects using these methods, interpreting results and report writing; critically evaluating research findings.|
|Prerequisite||Completion of the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement or the eligibility to enroll in an upper division writing course. Psychology 101and 280. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Open only to psychology majors.|
|Course Hours||Three lectures and two hours of laboratory.|
|General Text||NOTE: To declare the psychology major, students must report in person to the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office and provide the Undergraduate Adviser with evidence of having completed the requirements. Informal transcripts may be used by the Psychology Undergraduate Office to determine declaration of the major. Students should declare the major as soon as they have completed the necessary requirements and should complete no more than 12 units of upper division psychology courses prior to declaring the major. Admitted students transferring to SDSU should visit the Psychology Undergraduate Office for major advising.|
To enroll in Psychology 301 you must have previously completed Psychology 101 & 280. Concurrent enrollment is not acceptable. Open only to Psychology majors
Immediate Access Course: Some or all of the required course materials for this class are provided in a digital format by the first day of classes and are free through the add/drop date. Your SDSU student account will then be charged a special reduced price for use of the materials for the remainder of the semester unless you opt-out of the content by 11:59 PM on the add/drop date. Please visit www.shopaztecs.com/immediateaccess for more information.
Class instruction includes use of computers.
Proof of prerequisite required.
The following student levels are allowed: Junior, Senior, Graduate.
The following major is allowed:
Specific competency requirements must be met prior to enrolling in this class; see section information for details.