The General concentration offers basic scientific skills training and allows students more flexibility regarding the major-level psychology courses they are required to take. This concentration is recommended for students with a broad range of interests in psychology, and it allows students the opportunity to explore a wide variety of advanced psychology courses.
|PSY 340||STATISTICS II 1||4|
|PSY 342||RESEARCH METHODS III||4|
|PSY 343||INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT||4|
|PSY 360||THEORIES OF LEARNING AND COGNITION||4|
|PSY 377||PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY||4|
|or PSY 379|| COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE|
Note: An exceptional student who has completed the required courses in Psychological Science may, upon consent of his advisor and the chair, be admitted in the senior year to certain 400-level courses described in the Graduate Catalog for Psychology. Any 400-level courses will only apply toward the B.S. degree.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
The student is urged to devote some general elective hours to courses in disciplines other than his/her major. Note: MAT 130 is a prerequisite for major level BIO and MAT courses.
In addition, all psychology majors are encouraged to engage in individual research projects with the supervision of faculty. Upon faculty approval psychology majors may register for the following psychology courses:
|INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY|
|HONORS IN PSYCHOLOGY|
|EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING/PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH|
|TUTORING AND MENTORING IN PSYCHOLOGY|
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