Courses numbered 310-318 are lecture courses, intended for both majors and non-majors. Courses numbered 350-395 are lecture courses intended primarily for majors, although non-majors interested in the subject matter may enroll. Courses numbered 401-409 are practica courses, in which students gain practical experience. They are intended primarily for majors, although non-majors with appropriate qualifications can enroll. Courses numbered 410-422 are seminar-sized laboratory courses intended primarily for majors. Each of these courses provides students with advanced training in the scientific methods of a particular subdiscipline within psychology. Courses numbered 440-469 are seminars, and audiences for these courses will vary from course to course. Contact individual instructors for details. All students preparing for graduate study in Psychology, whether or not they are majors, are advised to obtain practical experiences in areas appropriate to their interest. Students can petition for a graduate class to count as an upper level elective course. Students must obtain instructor and Dean’s approval to enroll in a graduate level course.