Prevention Science Courses

In addition to precention science coureses, you will take a variety of courses from other programs: College of Education, Counseling Psychology, and School Psychology.

PREV 601 Research: [Topic1]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 602 Supervised College Teaching
15 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 603 Dissertation
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 604 Internship: [Topic1]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 605 Reading and Conference: [Topic1]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 606 Field Studies: [Topic1]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 607 Seminar: [Topic1]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 608 Workshop: [Topic1]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 609 Practicum: [Topic1]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 610 Experimental Course: [Topic1]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

PREV 631 Introduction to Prevention Science
3 Credits
Overview of theory, research, and practice in prevention science and health promotion, including foundational concepts, translation of theory into intervention, methodology, and implementation.

PREV 633 Contemporary Issues in Public Health
3 Credits
This course introduces approaches, concepts, methods, and perspectives of epidemiology as applied to current public health issues and prevention science research and practice.

PREV 634 Implementation Science
3 Credits — Prerequisite: CPSY 631 or CPSY 643; a graduate-level statistics course
Provides a framework for examining implementation science and its application to clinical and community-based research.

1 Topic courses are reserved for generic courses that may be repeated for credit under the same number. Credit is assigned according to the work load in a particular course. Credit ranges indicate minimum and maximum credits available in a single course for a single term.