4.12 Psychology Program - Psychological Measurement and Assessment
Active as of Fall 2018

Course Code
PSYC 3630  Credits  
Title Psychological Measurement and Assessment 
Description A study of the basic concepts of measurement in psychology and the application of these concepts in selected areas of psychology. The principal topics of the course will be historical foundations, basic concepts such as reliability, validity, and invariance, the use of different tests and instruments, scaling, and the unique aspects of measurement encountered in different areas of psychology. Students may not hold credit for both PSYC 3630 and PSYC 3631. Prerequisite: [a grade of "B" or better in PSYC 2260 or PSYC 2261 or the former PSYC 2300] and written consent of department head. 
Faculty/School Arts 
Department Psychology