Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
Minimum Requirements for Psychology B.A.: 120 credits
|General University Requirements|
|Complete the general university requirements.|
|General Education Requirements|
|Complete the general education requirements.|
|B.A. Degree Requirements|
|Complete the B.A. degree requirements.|
|Psychology Program Requirements|
|Complete the following:|
|PSY F101X||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|PSY F250||Introductory Statistics for Social Sciences||3|
|PSY F275||Introduction to Social Science Research Methods||3|
|PSY F301||Culture and Psychology||3|
|PSY F475||Research Design and Analysis in Psychology 1||3|
|or PSY F485||Senior Seminar|
|or PSY F499||Thesis|
|Complete 6 credits from the following theoretical psychology courses:||6|
|Psychology of Development|
|Human Sexualities Across Cultures|
|Brain and Behavior|
|Psychology of Women Across Cultures|
|Drugs and Behavior|
|Learning and Cognition|
|Sensation and Perception|
|Complete 6 credits from the following applied psychology courses:||6|
|Psychology of Stress|
|Psychology of Work|
|Research Design and Analysis in Psychology|
|Qualitative Social Science Research|
|Senior Seminar 1|
|Practicum in Psychology|
|Complete 9 additional psychology credits selected from the catalog or from electives approved by psychology faculty||9|
PSY F485 fulfills the baccalaureate capstone requirement.
Note: No course may count in more than one area (e.g. PSY F475 may NOT count toward both foundation and applied courses).
Note: Students may not count more than 6 credits of any combination of PSY F497 and PSY F498 toward the major.
Note: Students should work closely with an advisor to ensure completion of 39 upper-division credits for graduation.