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Program Planning & Review: Psychology Division - GSEP. Programs engage in planning and review best when they organize these activities themselves.   WASC & Program Review Timelines Review as Research – Faculty: Principal Investigators Program Profile

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Program planning review psychology division gsep

Program Planning & Review:Psychology Division - GSEP

  • Programs engage in planning and review best when they organize these activities themselves.  

  • WASC & Program Review Timelines

  • Review as Research – Faculty: Principal Investigators

    • Program Profile

    • Program Objectives & Measures (MA Exemplar)

  • Plan & Execute – Fall 2005; Analyze & Report (UPC) – Spring 2006

    • Program Planning and Review Report

  • Program Planning & Review Exemplar

    • Curriculum Grid

    • Embedded Assessment: Writing Samples, Classroom Assessment, Pre/Post, Interviews

  • Principal Investigators: Robert DeMayo, Cary Mitchell, Ed Shafranske, Duncan Wigg

  • Compensation: $3000 Stipend or 1 course release

  • Outside Consultant, Program Retreat, Alumni Instrument


  • Ma program objectives

    MA Program Objectives

    • Theoretical and practical understanding of the principles of psychology within clinical Framework.

    • Develop competence in applying the principles of psychology to multicultural populations.

    • Build practical clinical skills in diagnosis, problem formulation, and crisis intervention.

    • Develop an understanding of the theory and practice of psychological assessment of intellectual and emotional functioning.

    • Develop an understanding of group formats for therapeutic change, personal development, interpersonal skills training, and relationship enhancement.

    • Examine the interrelationships between individuals and the social environment.

    • Develop an understanding of the major theoretical approaches to personality functioning.

    • Develop an understanding of the major theoretical approaches to the practice of counseling and psychotherapy.

    • Understand the basis concepts in psychological statistics and research.

    • Learn how to apply basic techniques of counseling and psychotherapy.

    • Develop an understanding of applied research techniques, including treatment evaluation, program evaluation, and survey research.

    • Learn to examine a wide range of brain behavior relationships.

    • Understand the basic processes of psychological development throughout the life span of individuals and families.

    • Develop a basic understanding of the principles of learning.


    Ma objective measures

    MA Objective Measures

    • Performance and presentations in upper-division courses.

    • Performance in: a) chosen profession, or b) graduate studies

    • Successful completion of the comprehensive review course in which students must demonstrate knowledge of the core areas of psychology covered in the program's curriculum.

    • Successful admission to doctoral programs in psychology.

    • Successful transitions to psychology related positions in the community.


    Ma curriculum grid

    MA Curriculum Grid

    Introduce, Practice, Demonstrate


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