Psychology

Major(s)

Psychology (Non-Comprehensive) (BA)

Bachelor of Arts

Admission requirement

Complete PSY 150(1).

Major requirements (34 hours):

  1. PSY 121(3), 200(3), 302(3), 411(3).

  2. Professional Development and Enrichment-one course from: PSY 150(1), 311(1), 490(1), 495(1), 496(1), 497(1), 499(1).
  3. Foundation coursework-one course from each of the following four areas:
    1. Developmental: PSY 331(3); PSY 350 or GER 351(3); PSY 370 or GER 370(3); PSY 441(3).
    2. Learning and Cognition: PSY 306(3), 422(3), 523(3).
    3. Biological Processes: PSY 336(3), 506(3), 521(3), 525(3).
    4. Applied: PSY 304(3), 305(3), 359(3), 360(3), 508(3), 512(3), 529(3).
  4. Additional nine hours of psychology electives, at least six hours from courses numbered 300 or higher. Note: PSY 101, PSY 203, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.
  5. Public Affairs Capstone Experience will be fulfilled by completion of PSY 411(3).
  6. Minor required (or second major).
  7. Specific Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements

University level requirements:

  1. General Education Program and Requirements
  2. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Psychology (Non-Comprehensive) (BS)

Bachelor of Science

Admission requirement

Complete PSY 150(1).

Major requirements (34 hours)

  1. PSY 121(3), 200(3), 302(3), 411(3).
  2. Professional Development and Enrichment-one course from: PSY 150(1), 311(1), 490(1), 495(1), 496(1), 497(1), 499(1).
  3. Foundation coursework-one course from each of the following four areas:
    1. Developmental: PSY 331(3); PSY 350 or GER 351(3); PSY 370 or GER 370(3); PSY 441(3).
    2. Learning and Cognition: PSY 306(3), 422(3), 523(3).

    3. Biological Processes: PSY 336(3), 506(3), 521(3), 525(3).

    4. Applied: PSY 304(3), 305(3), 359(3), 360(3), 508(3), 512(3), 529(3).

  4. Additional nine hours of psychology electives, at least six hours from courses numbered 300 or higher. Note: PSY 101, PSY 203, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.

  5. Public Affairs Capstone Experience will be fulfilled by completion of PSY 411(3).
  6. Minor required (or second major).

University level requirements:

  1. General Education Program and Requirements
  2. General Baccalaureate Degree Requirements

Minor(s)

Psychology

Bachelor of Applied Science
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Bachelor of Social Work
  1. PSY 121(3).

  2. Additional 15 hours in PSY courses, with at least six hours numbered 300 or higher, to total at least 18 hours. Note: PSY 101, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.

Psychology

Bachelor of Science in Education (Non-Certifiable)

No certificate to teach is issued on a psychology minor. However, students planning to teach high school psychology will find this minor valuable, as well as those planning graduate work in educational psychology, counseling, etc.

  1. Required Courses (9-12 hours) from one of the following groups:
    Group 1: PSY 121(3) and PSY 203(3) and PSY 331(3)
    Group 2: PSY 121(3) and PSY 200(3) and PSY 302(3) and PSY 331(3)
  2. Additional 12-15 hours in PSY courses, numbered 300 or higher, to total at least 24 hours. Note: PSY 101, PSY 380, PSY 385, and PSY 390 may not be used toward this requirement.