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  • The Masters of Art in Psychology Program | Fisk University
    First Year Fall Semester 12 credits Course Number Course Name PSY 507 Personality Theory PSY 513 Advanced Statistics PSY 521 Proseminar I PSY 541 Psychopathology First Year Spring Semester 12 credits Course Number Course Name PSY 522 Proseminar II PSY 532 Research Design and Methodology PSY 544 Psychodiagnostics I PSY 552 Psychotherapy Second Year Fall Semester 10 credits Course Number Course Name PSY 545 Psychodiagnostics II PSY 547 Practicum I PSY 555 Intervention Child and Adolescent PSY 561 Thesis Seminar I Second Year Spring Semester 8 credits Course Number Course Name PSY 548 Practicum II PSY 556 Intervention Group and Family PSY 562 Thesis Seminar II The general psychology program is designed to prepare students for doctoral level study in psychology prepare students to teach psychology in a community college train students in research methodology acquaint students with ethical concerns in research and practice develop skill in the critical study of the major concepts theories and systems of psychology and in the analysis of examples of psychological research support specialized study in the area of psychology chosen by the student in consultation with a faculty advisor Students who complete this program will be able to define and use appropriately the important concepts of contemporary psychology identify and describe major historical and contemporary theories of psychology and evaluate empirical research as support for theories and principles of psychology analyze and interpret data gathered using various research methods evaluate the design and analysis of research studies in psychology design conduct and analyze and interpret data for an independent research project communicate the results of empirical library and Internet research both orally and in writing define the ethical responsibilities of psychologists in both research and practice demonstrate advanced knowledge in a specialized area of psychology The student s program in the general psychology program is planned with an advisor and depends on the student s background and goals Thirty credit hours are required which must include the following courses Course Number Course Name PSY 507 Personality Theory PSY 513 Advanced Statistics PSY 521 522 Proseminar I and II PSY 532 Research Design and Methodology PSY 561 562 Thesis Seminar I and II Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical

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  • Master in Psychology Course Descriptions | Fisk University
    vocational and other related psychological measures Directed toward development of competence in the selection administration scoring and interpretation of intellectual and cognitive measures PSY 545 PSYCHODIAGNOSTICS II 3 credits Clinical assessment based on individual case studies employing interviews and psychological test data Comprehensive report writing is emphasized Prerequisite PSY 544 PSY 547 548 PRACTICUM 3 credits each semester Individually supervised clinical experience in psycho diagnosis and psychotherapy Placement in appropriate mental health settings with in patient and out patient clientele Open only to second year graduate students Student must register concurrently for PSY 547S 548S PSY 547S 548S PRACTICUM SEMINAR not for credit Discussion and evaluation of practicum experience Must be taken concurrently with PSY 547 548S PSY 522 PSYCHOTHERAPY 3 credits Emphasis will be placed on evaluation of various therapeutic approaches and their effectiveness with diverse populations Prerequisites PSY 507 and 541 PSY 555 INTERVENTION CHILD AND ADOLESCENT 3 credits Advanced course focu sed on development psychopathology clinical application of prevention intervention and treatment of children and adolescents PSY 556 INTERVENTION GROUP AND FAMILY 3 credits Advanced course focused on systems theory and change Includes clinical application of therapeutic techniques targeting groups and families PSY 561 RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY I 1 credit and PSY 562 RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY II 2 credits Individual empirical research required for M A degree in psychology PSY 599 THESIS PREPARATION not for credit Required enrollment for students who wish to maintain active status and who have completed all course requirements but have not submitted an approved thesis Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate

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  • The Sociology & Anthropogy Program | Fisk University
    major in sociology in addition to the University degree requirements specified within this Bulletin are Course in sociology minimum of 32 cr Course Number Course Name SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology SOC 374 Social Theory SOC 499 Senior Seminar Twenty 20 hours of electives in sociology are chosen in consultation with and with the approval of a departmental advisor Required cognates 4 cr Course Number Course Name SSCI 280 Methods and Statistics for Social Research Normally taken in the sophomore year with a prerequisite of Core Mathematics College Algebra or a higher level mathematics course Joint majors combining sociology with another concentration are encouraged by the Department of Sociology and may be arranged according to the usual University regulations The student who chooses to pursue a joint major in sociology and another discipline must complete the required courses in sociology SOC 100 SOC 374 and SOC 499 and at least three additional courses in sociology and the required cognate course in social science SSCI 280 The joint major requires a minimum of 24 credits in sociology and the approved number of credits in the other major The joint major will have an advisor from the faculty in sociology as well as from the other major Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate Studies Programs Fisk Vanderbilt Masterâ s to PhD Bridge Program Program Admissions Transition to the PhD Biology Program Chemistry Program Physics Program Physics Bridge Program Honors Program Apply to the Honors Program Characteristics of Honors Students Honors Program Graduation Requirements Exceptional Scholars Track Recent Graduates Pre Professional Program

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  • Sociology Course Descriptions | Fisk University
    changes in society culture or human character Broader processes of change that keep shaping the world of our experience Relations of particular social movements to long term cultural changes Offered every third year SOC 351 CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 4 credits A study of the entire range of behaviors in the criminal justice system from those who commit what are called crimes to those who enforce the laws defining what is criminal to those who prosecute convict sentence and incarcerate The life of men and women behind the walls and the social consequences on their families and communities Offered in alternate years SOC 365 MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY 4 credits The study of contemporary issues in medical and health care Special attention is given to the efficiency and effectiveness of health care delivery systems and also to the pervasive inequality in the quality of care in the United States Offered every third year SOC 374 SOCIAL THEORY 4 credits An inquiry among major social thinkers in the 20th century into the conceptions of the good life and the metaphors they use in explaining the relationships among persons and between persons and various social institutions Some metaphors are love the jungle the organism the marketplace the stage and the game Prerequisite SOC 100 Offered each year SOC 376 ETHNICITY AND RACE 4 credits The study of different ways of arranging the relations among racial ethnic and religious groups in complex heterogeneous societies Also the inquiry into the ideological social and psychological sources of prejudice cooperation and peaceful coexistence Group identities their subversions manipulations revivals and upgradings Prerequisite SOC 100 Offered each year SOC 380 INDEPENDENT READINGS AND RESEARCH 1 4 credits The student undertakes an extensive research project in an area of sociological inquiry Choice of supervising instructor and preliminary plan must be approved prior to registration for the course Prerequisites SOC 100 and permission of instructor SOC 390 PRACTICUM 4 credits The practicum entails assignment to some community agency or setting where the student will participate in a minimum of ten hours a week in the regular activities sponsored by the agency Each student keeps a daily log of activities reports regularly to the supervisor in the field and each week meets with or reports to the faculty advisor In recent years students have completed their practica in health facilities in criminal justice programs and at community centers among younger and older persons Offered each year Prerequisite SOC 100 and a minimum of two additional courses in sociology SOC 499 SENIOR SEMINAR 4 credits Required for all majors in sociology the seminar continues the development of critical awareness of sociological theories and methods of research Each student develops a project on some aspect of the general sociological theme identified by the instructor Each participant makes an oral presentation to the other members of the seminar and submits a final written paper Seminar topics vary from year to year Prerequisites SOC 100 and SOC 374 Offered each year Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral

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  • The Looking Glass Publication of the Sociology Dept | Fisk University
    Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate Studies Programs Fisk Vanderbilt Masterâ s to PhD Bridge Program Program Admissions Transition to the PhD Biology Program Chemistry Program Physics Program Physics Bridge Program Honors Program Apply to the Honors Program Characteristics of Honors Students Honors Program Graduation Requirements Exceptional Scholars Track Recent Graduates Pre Professional Program Pre Medicine and Pre Dental Curriculum Pre Pharmacy Pre Engineering Fisk Vanderbilt Dual Degree Fisk Case Dual Degree Fisk UT K Dual Degree Bridge to the Master of Science in Nursing MSN CORE Curriculum Course Descriptions Transfer Credits Learning Outcomes Majors and Minors International Education International Admissions General Immigration Information Academic Calendar Research Symposium 2015 Research Symposium Past Research Symposia Summer Programs The Fisk University Beth Madison Howse Mini College Program Forms Mini College Application Talented

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  • Bachelor of Arts in Education - Teaching Degrees | Fisk University
    by the end of the first semester of the sophomore year to the Director on general University criteria delineated by the Teacher Education Committee including a minimum cumulative Fisk grade point average of 2 5 or better Program admission decisions are made by the Teacher Education Committee following review of the student s qualifications and a personal interview Prior to licensure the State of Tennessee also requires that prospective teachers pass with prescribed minimum scores the PRAXIS II Subject Assessments Required PRAXIS II tests include the core battery and specialty area tests 4 Admission to and completion of student teaching at a level of performance satisfactory to the Director of Teacher Education and the cooperating schools and teachers For art teaching in all grades kindergarten through grade 12 students pursue the Bachelor of Science degree program for a major in art selecting departmental elective courses in consultation with the Director of Teacher Education as well as faculty members in the Art Department In addition prospective art teachers complete a student teaching placement and the following 25 credit education sequence Course Number Course Name EDUC 248 Educational Psychology EDUC 250 Fundamental Responsibilities of Teaching EDUC 260 Theory and Practice of Teaching EDUC 320 Elementary Curriculum and Methods I EDUC 350 Secondary Curriculum and Methods II EDUC 460 Secondary Education Seminar PSY 180 General psychology PSY 205 Child and Adolescent Development For elementary teaching grades K 6 Fisk offers a sequence of professional studies courses in education to be taken in conjunction with an academic major in dramatics and speech English history business mathematics psychology religious and philosophical studies 2 sociology or Spanish In addition to meeting all University and major field degree requirements prospective elementary teachers should complete EDUC 400 Elementary Student Teaching and the following 24 credit sequence of professional education courses and cognates Course Number Course Name EDUC 248 Educational Psychology EDUC 250 Fundamental Responsibilities of Teaching EDUC 260 Theory and Practice of Teaching EDUC 320 330 Elementary Curriculum and Methods I and II EDUC 410 Elementary Education Seminar MATH 200 Foundations of Mathematics PSY 205 Child and Adolescent Development For secondary teaching grades 7 12 Fisk offers a sequence of professional education courses to be taken in conjunction with an academic major in biology chemistry dramatics and speech English history mathematics physics political science or Spanish depending upon the intended teaching field Prospective secondary teachers in addition to meeting all University degree requirements and all requirements for the major field must also complete EDUC 450 Secondary Student Teaching and the following 21 credit sequence of professional education courses Course Number Course Name EDUC 248 Educational Psychology EDUC 250 Fundamental Responsibilities of Teaching EDUC 260 Theory and Practice of Teaching EDUC 340 350 Secondary Curriculum and Methods I and II EDUC 460 Secondary Education Seminar PSY 205 Child and Adolescent Development Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language

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  • Course Descriptions for Education Majors | Fisk University
    and short range instructional goals and objectives lesson planning and use of materials and technological and other resources communication skills needed by secondary teachers Special focus on the teaching of reading and writing in the content area Course includes field assignments in educational settings Prerequisites EDUC 250 and admission to the secondary teacher education program In addition students should have completed or be concurrently enrolled in PSY 205 EDUC 350 SECONDARY CURRICULUM AND METHODS II 3 credits Continued treatment of themes from EDUC 340 with focus also on development of students study skills adapting instruction to students with special needs home school and community coordination Students carry out curriculum and teaching projects in the content area supervised by faculty members from their major departments as well as by teacher education faculty Course includes field assignments in educational settings Prerequisites EDUC 250 PSY 205 and admission to the secondary teacher education program EDUC 400 ELEMENTARY STUDENT TEACHING 9 credits nondegree only Requires concurrent enrollment in EDUC 410 Elementary Education Seminar Normally no other concurrent coursework is permitted for students who are enrolled in Student Teaching Prerequisites EDUC 320 and 330 and admission to the elementary teacher education program EDUC 410 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION SEMINAR 3 credits Required of and limited to students concurrently enrolled in EDUC 400 Evaluating one s own performance in teaching further study of curriculum pedagogy and classroom management in light of the student teaching experience EDUC 450 SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING 9 credits non degree only Requires concurrent enrollment in EDUC 460 Secondary Education Seminar Normally no other concurrent coursework is permitted for students who are enrolled in Student Teaching Prerequisites EDUC 340 and 350 and admission to the secondary teacher education program and completion of at least 75 percent of all departmental requirements for the major corresponding to the student s teaching field EDUC 460 SECONDARY EDUCATION SEMINAR 3 credits Required of and limited to students concurrently enrolled in EDUC 450 Faculty participation from the student s major department as well as from the Teacher Education Program with focus on curriculum and teaching skills specific to the content area on classroom management and on evaluating one s own performance in teaching Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science

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  • Teaching Degree Additional Certifications | Fisk University
    expectations in Fisk s teacher education programs are high Because students must meet both Fisk and Tennessee State Board of Education requirements and because the 9 0 credit hours for student teaching experience are not counted toward the total 120 hour degree requirement at Fisk substantially more than the usual total of 120 semester hours of coursework may be required depending primarily upon the student s choice of major and prior foreign language preparation State licensing requirements in Tennessee are moreover subject to frequent change by authorities beyond Fisk University s control which means that students must take care to remain in touch with the Director of Teacher Education for updated information To avoid carrying excessive academic loads in certain semesters some students may prefer to seek University approval to do certain coursework in summer schools Courses suggested for summer school include Spanish General Psychology Educational Psychology and Child and Adolescent Psychology except for students who are majoring in one of those disciplines Other suggested summer school courses may include selected courses which can be shown to be equivalent to those that are a part of Fisk s Core Curriculum All courses to be taken in summer must have the prior approval of the University Academics School of Humanities and Behavioral Social Sciences Department of Arts and Languages Art Major Course Descriptions Program Plan English Major Course Descriptions Program Plan Modern Foreign Language Major Study Abroad Music Major Requirements Outstanding Alumni Ensembles Extra Curricular Activities Course Descriptions Faculty Department of Behavioral Sciences and Education Psychology Course Descriptions M A Psychology Course Descriptions Sociology Anthropology Course Descriptions The Looking Glass Teacher Education Course Descriptions Certifications Special Education Department of History Political Science History Course Descriptions Political Science Course Descriptions School of Natural Sciences Mathematics Business Department of Business Administration Major Requirements Accounting Concentration Financial Economics Concentration International Business Relation Concentration Management Concentration Music Business Concentration Non Concentration Course Descriptions Enactus Delta Mu Delta Department of Life Physical Sciences Biology Course Descriptions Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Chemistry Course Descriptions Physics Course Descriptions Materials Science and Applications Group Optical Materials Equipment Research and Useful Links Tutorial on Materials Science Structure Sample Preparation Instruments Useful Physics Links Publications News and Awards Facilities Summer Research Program SRP Department of Mathematics Computer Science Mathematics Course Descriptions Computer Science Course Descriptions NSF HBCU UP Bioinformatics and Biomathematics Project Summer 2015 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Summer 2014 Research Supported by NSF HBCU UP Math Club Orientation Problem of the Month School of Graduate Studies Admission Requirements and Application Process Pre Matriculation Requirements Professional Development Resources Student Classification Requirements for Graduation with a Master s Degree M A Requirements Thesis Regulations Master s Degree Checklist Overall Timeline for Graduate Studies Programs Fisk Vanderbilt Masterâ s to PhD Bridge Program Program Admissions Transition to the PhD Biology Program Chemistry Program Physics Program Physics Bridge Program Honors Program Apply to the Honors Program Characteristics of Honors Students Honors Program Graduation Requirements Exceptional Scholars Track Recent Graduates Pre Professional Program

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