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Psychiatry and Human Behavior Courses

 
PSY 610 Human Behavior
PSY 713 Psychiatry (Basic 62)
PSY 813 Psychiatry Clerkship
 

 
 
PSY 610 Human Behavior

Course Description: This course is designed to teach medical students the basic principals of behavioral and social science as these relate to the physician's professional role. It provides the medical students with the opportunity to perceive man in an holistic way, with emphasis in the different areas of behavior. 

Duration: First year, first semester, 32 hours

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PSY 713 Psychiatry

Course Description: The student will build on the knowledge acquired in the first year and amplify his/her knowledge integrating psychopathology, classification of psychiatric disorders (DSM-IV, ICD-10CM), diagnosis, therapeutic options, and current psychiatric issues.

Pre-requisites: Behavioral Science 610

Duration:  56 Hours

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PSY 813  Clerkship Psychiatry

Course Description: The student will integrate previously learned material and skills in a clinical setting and participate actively in the evaluation and treatment of patients during their 4 week rotations at the medical school's outpatient clinics. 

Pre-requisites: Behavioral Science (610) and Basic Psychiatry (713)

Duration: 4 Weeks


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