2021-22 Graduate Catalog


Developmental Trauma, MS

Requirements

The Master of Science in Developmental Trauma is designed to educate students about the scientific and applied aspects of complex developmental trauma. The goal is to prepare students for advanced academic study and/or professional practice. Students take a set of core courses in developmental trauma and are expected to choose elective courses to build expertise relevant to their career goals.

The Master of Science in Developmental Trauma program consists of 30 hours of graduate coursework. In accordance with University Policy, a GPA of at least 2.75 must be maintained with no more than two passing grades of “C+” or lower being utilized in satisfying the degree requirement.

Required Courses (18 hours)

PSYC 50433Trauma & Relationships

3

PSYC 50443Trauma & Behavior

3

PSYC 50403Advanced Neuroscience

3

PSYC 50563Theories of Development

3

PSYC 60903Developmental Trauma Capstone Course

3

PSYC 50213Interactive Data Analysis

3

or

PSYC 50523Analysis of Variance

3

or

PSYC 60623Regression Analysis

3

Approved Electives

12

12 hours of electives selected in consultation with adviser.