MS | Master of Science in Psychology

Master of Science in Psychology Courses

Below, please find the psychology degree courses in CalSouthern’s Master of Science in Psychology program. By taking five three-credit psychology degree courses in one of five different subject areas, you can earn your MS with an emphasis on chemical dependence and compulsive disorders, sports psychology, organizational psychology, pastoral counseling, or general psychology.

Required Core Courses

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Thesis

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Elective Areas of Concentration

Concentration One: General Psychology

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Concentration Two: Pastoral Counseling

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Concentration Three: Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Concentration Four: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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Concentration Five: Sport Psychology

PSY 87507 Human Sexuality

Credits : 3

This course is a foundational course in human sexuality and focuses on the physiological, psychological, and social cultural variables associated with sexual identity, sexual behavior, and sexual disorders. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, this course introduces concepts which supports the philosophy that human sexual behavior is an interaction of physiological, psychological and sociocultural processes.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Evaluate course concepts critically and competently through interaction with Learners and Faculty Mentor
  • Integrate course concepts through the use of the Taylor Study Method
  • Evaluate and incorporate emerging relevant technologies applicable to the field of psychology.
  • Analyze and evaluate information critically and effectively
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze psychosocial orientations to the study of human sexuality
  • Assess sexuality through the life span including response cycles, gender roles, sexual orientations, contraception, abortion, adoption, childbirth, and atypical sexual behaviors
  • Appraise the effects of sexually transmitted diseases and analyze the effectiveness of prevention methods
  • Analyze and evaluate the importance of trends and research in the field of sexuality then synthesize the information
  • Analyze and evaluate theoretical approaches to various relationships which include sexual difficulties, the components of love, attraction, intimacy, or sexual victimization
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