Psychology

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

View Psychology Course Descriptions Semester Hours
General Education Requirements 43-44
Psychology Requirements 47-49
PSY 100 General Psychology*
PSY 200 Child Development AND PSY 201 Adolescent Development
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PSY 205 Child & Adolescent Development
PSY 320 Applied Statistics
PSY 325 Research Methods in Psychology
PSY 330 Experimental Psychology
PSY 386 Conditioning & Learning
PSY 341 Social Psychology OR PSY 422 Theories of Personality
PSY 390 Junior Seminar
PSY 411 Sensation & Perception OR PSY 415 Animal Behavior OR PSY 442 Physiological Psychology
PSY 432 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 443 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 481 Senior Thesis
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Psychology Electives 9
The Psychology elective requirement will be met by completing nine hours of additional Psychology courses, of which 6 hours must be in upper-division courses, 300-level or above. No more than three hours of PSY 499 may be used to fulfill the Psychology elective requirement. PSY 105, 120, 200, 201, and 205 cannot be used as elective courses.  
Science 9
Additional hours of science, computer science, or math that do not fulfill any other requirements. Choose from: BIO, CHEM, CIS, EH, GEOL, MATH, and PHYS courses.  
Electives 22-24
Program Total 124 minimum
*PSY 100 satisfies major requirements and 3 hours of General Education requirements.  
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