The Psychology Department at Queens College (CUNY) is hosting an additional virtual Graduate Open House session on February 4, 2021 at 6pm. We would like to encourage all interested Psychology, Neuroscience, or related majors to consider our Master’s programs in:
- Behavioral Neuroscience
- Applied Behavior Analysis
This semester we are offering the following specialty courses:
PSY330 – Applications of IO Psychology- Questions- contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PSY 330 – PSY330 Forensic Assessment and Intervention- Questions- contact email@example.com
PSY 330 – Ecological Psychology-Questions-contact- firstname.lastname@example.org
PSY 330 – Military Psychology – Questions – contact – email@example.com
Talk to your adviser about these classes. Some have requirements.
Note: the course number Industrial-Organizational psychology is PSY 375 not PSY 280
PSY 370 (Clinical Psychology) Practicum for Spring 2021 involves a three hour a week placement working with patients at Pilgrim State Psychiatric Center in Brentwood needs to have a screening interview with Professor Paul Ginnetty in order to be considered for enrollment in this particular course. There are only six openings each semester—the limit set by Pilgrim.
Interested students should contact Dr. Ginnetty by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP to arrange for an interview which must take place on or before Friday October 23rd. Even if a student has interviewed for this course in the past, he or she must be briefly re-interviewed to be considered for the Spring 2021 placement.
Requirements: Applicants must be Psychology majors who will have completed PSY 271 (Abnormal Psychology) prior to the Spring 2021 semester, and they should also have a GPA of at least 3.0. They must also be free Tuesday and Thursday mornings in the spring, Tuesdays from 8:00-9:35 for class here (which at this point is scheduled to occur in person, on campus) and Thursdays from 9:00-noon at Pilgrim. Finally, they must have had this season’s flu shot before beginning the placement. Anyone who has a medical reason that would prevent him or her from getting a flu shot would not be able to apply. Our hosts at Pilgrim are adamant about his point, especially since the onset of the COVID crisis