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2019-2020 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog 
    
 
  Mar 08, 2021
 
2019-2020 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Quantitative Methodology Minor


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To reflect consistent information, this program was approved via Curriculog on 11/14/2019 and added to the catalog on 11/26/2019.

Academic requirements
 A. Approval to pursue the Minor is contingent on: a. Being a student pursuing a graduate degree in Psychology in good standing.  b. Written approval of the student’s primary advisor.  
 B. Completion of the standard 2-course sequence in graduate statistics in the Department with a grade of B+ or higher, or an approved waiver of this criterion based on equivalent prior coursework. The two required courses are Statistical Analysis 1 (PSY 2005) and Statistical Analysis 2 (PSY 2010). 
C. Completion of 3 additional courses in advanced quantitative methods with a grade of B+ or higher. These courses may be completed within or outside of the Department of Psychology. Courses taken to fulfill this requirement from other departments require approval by the current faculty administrator of the Minor. 
 D. Attendance of at least one semester’s worth (6 lectures) of the Community for Advanced Methodological Learning (CAMeL: http://psychology.pitt.edu/graduate/camel ) series, including a presentation of one lecture on a topic approved by the CAMeL organization committee.
 E. Demonstration of mastery of quantitative methodology through the inclusion of an advanced technique as part of a milestone or independent project that has been approved by one of the affiliated faculty.  

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