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Academic Catalog

    Argosy University
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Argosy University Academic Catalog—Graduate Programs | Volume 7, Issue 1 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section Fourteen, Graduate Course Listings


Course descriptions describe the learning opportunities that are provided through the classroom and coursework. It is each student’s responsibility to participate in the activities that will lead to successfully meeting the learning outcomes

Not every course is offered at each Argosy University campus. Availability is based on curriculum, faculty interest, local clinical needs, and student interest. Registration Bulletins and other announcements provide detailed course availability and prerequisite information. Where no prerequisites are noted, none are required for that course. The listing presented here was current at the time of publication. We recommend contacting the particular campus for current course availability.

CAMPUS ABBREVIATIONS

Course prerequisites that are campus-specific are indicated by the following abbreviations:

Abbreviation
Campus
ATL Argosy University, Atlanta
CH Argosy University, Chicago
DAL Argosy University, Dallas
DEN Argosy University, Denver
DC Argosy University, Washington DC
HI Argosy University, Hawaii
IE Argosy University, Inland Empire
LA Argosy University, Los Angeles
NAS Argosy University, Nashville
ORA Argosy University, Orange County
PHX Argosy University, Phoenix
SLC Argosy University, Salt Lake City
SAR Argosy University, Sarasota
SCH Argosy University, Schaumburg
SEA Argosy University, Seattle
SF Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area
SD Argosy University, San Diego
TAM Argosy University, Tampa
TC Argosy University, Twin Cities
COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM

While many courses cross lines between class levels, and therefore the numbering system is not always completely consistent, the following offers a general correlation between course numbers and grade levels.

Grade Level
Course Number Range
Master’s First-Year
6000-6499
Master’s Second-Year
6500-6999
Doctorate First-Year
7000-7499
Doctorate Second-Year
7500-7999
Doctorate Third-Year
8000-8499
Doctorate Fourth-Year
8500-8999

 Argosy University awards semester credit hours as noted in each course description.

 

Adjunct Enrollment

   •  ADJCOMP - Comprehensive Exam

Business (B)

   •  B6003 - Ethics in Business
   •  B6006 - Business Principles
   •  B6007 - Psychology Foundations for Leadership
   •  B6021 - Managerial Accounting
   •  B6022 - Financial Management
   •  B6025 - Management Decision Models
   •  B6026 - Marketing Planning and Strategy
   •  B6027 - Perspectives in Change Leadership
   •  B6028 - Capstone Experience in Integration and Strategy
   •  B6029 - Operations Management: Solutions to Business Challenges
   •  B6032 - Human Resources Management and Talent Development
   •  B6111 - Managerial Applications of Technology
   •  B6120 - Communications Strategies for Managers
   •  B6420 - Foundations of Sustainable Business
   •  B6512 - Global Business: Exploration and Evaluation of Culture and Economics
   •  B6601 - International Business Practice
   •  B6731 - Understanding and Managing Human Differences
   •  B7315 - Global and Multinational Marketing
   •  B7320 - Marketing and Innovation
   •  B7330 - Marketing Research Design
   •  B7336 - Consumer Decision and Behavior
   •  B7401 - Organizational Behavior
   •  B7403 - Management Science
   •  B7408 - Organizational Development and Change Management
   •  B7426 - Strategic Talent Management
   •  B7438 - Holistic Management in Organizations
   •  B7440 - Managing Global Challenges
   •  B7442 - Marketing Strategy and Management
   •  B7530 - Corporate and Global Finance
   •  B7532 - Advanced Operations Management
   •  B7534 - Teaching in Higher Education
   •  B7536 - Business Consulting
   •  B7538 - Innovation and Entrepreneurship
   •  B7602 - Global Management Models
   •  B7607 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  B7609 - International Project I
   •  B7610 - Leadership in Global and Multicultural Organizations
   •  B7616 - International Business Law and Practices
   •  B7630 - Contemporary Accounting Theory
   •  B7640 - Accounting in a Global Financial Community
   •  B7650 - Accounting Control Systems
   •  B7670 - Financial Reporting Theory
   •  B7840 - Strategy Formulation, Implementation, and Evaluation

Clinical Psychology (PP)

   •  PP6001 - Individual Assessment
   •  PP6010 - Lifespan Development
   •  PP6011 - Integrative Paper
   •  PP6012 - Master's Project — Seminar II
   •  PP6015 - Narrative Psychotherapy
   •  PP6020 - Team Dynamics and Group Behavior
   •  PP6021 - Person Centered/Experiential Theory and Therapy
   •  PP6025 - Research and Program Evaluation
   •  PP6045 - Psychopathology
   •  PP6050 - Family and Couples Therapy
   •  PP6051 - Introduction to Physiological Psychology
   •  PP6055 - Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychopathology and Assessment
   •  PP6060 - Group Therapy
   •  PP6100 - Ethics and Professional Issues
   •  PP6101 - Cognitive Behavioral Theory and Therapy: Theory and Skills
   •  PP6150 - Introduction to Diverse Populations
   •  PP6160 - Working with Diverse Populations
   •  PP6161 - Working with LGBTQI Issues in Psychotherapy
   •  PP6175 - Child and Adolescent Psychotherapies
   •  PP6200 - Statistical Procedures and Design
   •  PP6201 - Master's Practicum I
   •  PP6202 - Master's Practicum II
   •  PP6204 - Master's Intervention Practicum and Seminar I
   •  PP6205 - Master's Intervention Practicum and Seminar II
   •  PP6206 - Master's Intervention Practicum and Seminar II—Extended
   •  PP6300 - Counseling Theory
   •  PP6310 - Psychopathology I
   •  PP6311 - Psychopathology II
   •  PP6330 - Treatment Planning and Professional Practice
   •  PP6335 - Psychology of Adjustment
   •  PP6350 - Group Theory
   •  PP6359 - Introduction to Psychopharmacology
   •  PP6366 - Career Development
   •  PP6400 - Professionalization Group
   •  PP6401 - Professionalization Group I
   •  PP6402 - Professionalization Group II
   •  PP6410 - Trauma
   •  PP6450 - Foundations of Clinical Interventions
   •  PP6452 - Motivational Interviewing
   •  PP6475 - Integrating Theoretical Orientation into Clinical Practices
   •  PP6493 - Psychological Aspects of Athletic Injury
   •  PP6496 - Social Psychology of Sport
   •  PP6499 - Applied Sport Psychology I: Theory and Research
   •  PP6505 - Clinical Skills Development
   •  PP6530 - Master's Thesis
   •  PP6550 - Introduction to Addiction Studies
   •  PP6560 - Psychopharmacology of Addiction
   •  PP6570 - Assessment and Treatment of Addiction and Co-occurring Disorders
   •  PP6612 - Attachment Theory
   •  PP6650 - Working With Substance Use Disorders
   •  PP6675 - Introduction to Clinical Hypnosis
   •  PP6753 - Medical Terminology
   •  PP6950 - Special Topics
   •  PP7000 - History and Systems
   •  PP7010 - Lifespan Development
   •  PP7020 - Child and Adolescent Development
 

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