The Psychology Major consists of 15 courses:

5 Core courses;

4 Domain courses;

3 Upper-level (300- or 400-level) elective courses; and

3 Major-related courses.



 5 Core Courses:  A minimum grade of C- is required in both Research I and Research II.

PSYC 101 General Psychology

PSYC 291 Psychological Research I: Descriptive and Correlational Methods

PSYC 391 Psychological Research II: Quasi-Experimental and Experimental Methods

Two (2) of the following four (4) 400-level Capstone courses:
PSYC 450  Empirical Research Thesis in Psychology
PSYC 460  History and Systems in Psychology
PSYC 480  Psychology Seminar
PSYC 495  Internship in Psychology



4 Domain Courses: Choose one course from each domain.

Biological Domain
PSYC 225 Biopsychology
PSYC 245 Health Psychology
PSYC 280 Sensation and Perception

Developmental Domain
PSYC 201 Child Development
PSYC 212 Adolescent Development
PSYC 231 Adult Development

Learning and Cognition Domain
PSYC 271 Principles of Behavior Modification
PSYC 236 Psychology of Learning
PSYC 263 Cognitive Psychology

Sociocultural Domain
PSYC 215 Personality Psychology
PSYC 224 Social Psychology
PSYC 259 Cultural Psychology
PSYC 286 Psychology of Women



3 Upper-level electives: Consult with your advisor to determine which courses are offered.

PSYC 304 Psychology of Careers
PSYC 305 Human Relations
PSYC 310 Psychological Testing
PSYC 313 Developmental Disabilities
PSYC 318 Educational Psychology
PSYC 322 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 338 Industrial - Organizational Psychology
PSYC 341 Group Dynamics
PSYC 345 Directed Study in Psychological Research
PSYC 348 Cognitive Neuropsychology
PSYC 353 Topics in Human Services
PSYC 355 Contemporary Issues in Psychology
PSYC 369 Human Sexuality
PSYC 370 Developmental Psychopathology
PSYC 403 Practicum in Teaching of Psychology
PSYC 490 Advanced Independent Study in Psychology



 3 Major-related courses: Each course should be used to meet General Education requirements.

MATH 117 Introduction to Statistics

BIOL 142 Introduction to Human Biology or
CHEM 131 Science Environment and Health

PHIL 102 Introduction to Ethics: Why Be Moral? or
PHIL 105 Introduction to Political and Social Philosophy or
PHIL 118 Introduction to the Philosophy of Science


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