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.
*University Honors students are not required to complete the capstone in PSY, however it is recommended as a psychology elective for them.
Upon faculty approval psychology majors may register for the following psychology course PSY 390 INDEPENDENT RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY, PSY 396 HONORS IN PSYCHOLOGY, PSY 397 EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING/PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH, PSY 398 TUTORING AND MENTORING IN PSYCHOLOGY, and PSY 399 INDEPENDENT STUDY.
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 STATISTICS I must be taken first; PSY 241 and PSY 242 may be taken in either order. A special note: PSY 340 STATISTICS II, an elective course, may be taken immediately after the completion of PSY 240 STATISTICS I.
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.