Graduate level courses
PSYCH 661 (Adult Psychopathology). This course is primarily designed to provide counseling psychology doctoral students with skills in basic diagnostic interviewing, the formation of differential diagnoses, learning DSM-V vocabulary concerning mental disorders, and acquiring advanced descriptive information pertinent to clinically common forms of adult psychopathology present in the DSM-V (2013).
Undergraduate level courses
PSYCH 460 (General Psychopathology). This survey course is designed to provide research-based historical, descriptive and conceptual information on the more clinically common forms of adult psychopathology. In addition, students will be introduced to socio-cultural factors that can contribute to the development and maintenance of psychopathology.