The program consists of the common core plus eight additional courses in a concentration area. Bachelor of Arts students are required to take fourteen general electives which may be psychology and/or other department courses. Students may choose to complete a minor or double-major. Bachelor of Arts students must fulfill the Modern Language requirement.
|PSY 105||INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I||4|
|PSY 106||INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY II||4|
|PSY 240||STATISTICS I||4|
|PSY 241||RESEARCH METHODS I||4|
|PSY 242||RESEARCH METHODS II||4|
|HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY (Liberal Studies Program Capstone) 1|
|PSYCHOLOGY SENIOR SEMINAR|
Upon faculty approval psychology majors may register for the following psychology courses as psychology electives:
|INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY|
|DEPARTMENT HONORS THESIS 1|
|HONORS IN PSYCHOLOGY 1|
|EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING/PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH|
|TUTORING AND MENTORING IN PSYCHOLOGY|
PSY 105 and PSY 106 are not sequential, i.e., one is not a prerequisite for the other. They may be taken in either order.
For the research sequence, PSY 240 must be taken first; PSY 241 and PSY 242 may be taken in either order. A special note: PSY 340, an elective course, may be taken immediately after the completion of PSY 240.
Students must complete the requirements from one of the following concentrations: Standard; Human Development; Human Services; Industrial/Organizational; Community; or Comprehensive Evening Program. Students are limited to only declaring one concentration.
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