Three semester hours.
This course provides current clinical understanding of the etiology, research, and pharmacological treatments available for human psychological disorders. The course involves discussion and critical evaluation of current, historical, and interdisciplinary perspective to psychopathology and the pharmacological treatment options available. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or permission of the instructor.
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