Welcome to the Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations!

The Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations involves the psychological and quantitative foundations of education. We have five graduate programs: Counseling Psychology, Couple and Family Therapy, Educational Measurement and Statistics, Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences, and School Psychology. Each of these programs seeks to understand issues related to education from a psychological and/or quantitative perspective, rather than from a social or historical perspective.

Undergraduate Courses

PSQF:1050

Learning Online Successfully

PSQF:1075

Educational Psychology and Measurement (multiple sections)

PSQF:2115

Introduction to Counseling Psychology

PSQF:2116

Applied Child and Adolescent Psychology

 

Upper-level Undergraduate and Graduate Courses

PSQF:3104

Multicultural Counseling & Psychology

PSQF:3333

Special Topics Psy & Quant Foundations:
Design Principles for How People Learn

PSQF:4106

Child Development

PSQF:4121

Identification of Students for Gifted Prog

PSQF:4134

Parent-Teacher Communication

PSQF:4136

Home/School/Community Partnerships

PSQF:4143

Introduction to Statistical Methods (two sections)

PSQF:4740

Issues in K-12 Assessment

PSQF:4750

Learning Environments: Design

PSQF:4760

Participatory Learning and Media

PSQF:4910

Theories of Family Development

 

Graduate Courses

Counseling Psychology

PSQF:6225

Intro Counsel Psych Practice/Research II

PSQF:6235

Multicultural Counseling

PSQF:7309

Personality Assessment

PSQF:7310

Intelligence Assessment

PSQF:7354

Seminar Exp Approaches Counsel Research (two topics)

PSQF:7356

Process & Outcomes in Counseling Psychotherapy

PSQF:7365

Theories of Psychotherapy

PSQF:7452

Counsel Psych Practice/Research III

PSQF:7453

Adv Practicum in Counseling Psychology (several sections)

 

Couple and Family Therapy

PSQF:5265

Research Methods Couple & Family Therapy

PSQF:7361

Adv Practicum in Couple & Family Therapy

PSQF:7365

Theories of Psychotherapy

PSQF:7460

Seminar Research in Counseling (for RCE)

Educational Measurement and Statistics

PSQF:5165

Intro to Program and Project Evaluation

PSQF:6220

Quantitative Educ Research Methodologies

PSQF:6242

Selected Applications of Statistics

PSQF:6243

Intermediate Statistical Methods

PSQF:6244

Correlation and Regression

PSQF:6250

Computer Packages for Statistical Analysis

PSQF:6255

Construct & Use of Evaluation Instruments

PSQF:7270

Responsible Conduct of Educ Research & Eval

PSQF:7355

Seminar Educational Measurement & Evaluation (two topics)

PSQF:7375

Topics in Educational Measurement & Statistics: (two topics)

PSQF:7604

Responsible Conduct of Educ Research & Eval (for postdocs}

 

Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences

PSQF:6200

Educational Psychology

PSQF:6205

Design of Instruction

PSQF:6208

Digital Media and Learning

PSQF:6211

Universal Design & Accessibility Online

PSQF:6215

Web-Based Learning

PSQF:6217

Seminar in College Teaching (two sections)

PSQF:6281

Cognitive Theories of Learning

 

School Psychology

PSQF:6238

Assessment of Learning Differences

PSQF:7237

Beginning Practicum in School Psych Serv

PSQF:7310

Intelligence Assessment: School Psychology (pending)

PSQF:7337

Advanced Practicum in School Psychology

PSQF:7437

Internship in School Psychology

 

Contact

DEO

Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations
361 Lindquist Center (South)
319-335-5578 (phone)
319-335-5386 (fax)