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Major and Minor Requirements

The Psychology Major

The major in Psychology requires a total of 37 hours.

The following courses are required:

PSY 101  Introduction to Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 205  Orientation to Psychology 1-0-1
PSY 360WI  Research Methods and Statistics I 3-0-3
PSY 361WI  Research Methods and Statistics II 3-0-3
PSY 470WI  History and Systems of Psychology 3-0-3

  13 hours

Plus two courses in the area of Neuroscience, Learning, and Cognition:

PSY 405WI  Learning 3-0-3
PSY 406WI  Cognitive Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 410  Sensory and Perceptual Processes 3-0-3
PSY 411  Behavioral Neuroscience 3-0-3
PSY 441  Seminar 3-0-3

6 hours  

Plus one course in the area of Social Processes and Individual Differences:

PSY 207 Psychology of Personality 3-0-3
PSY 304  Social Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 355  Psychology of Interpersonal Relations 3-0-3
PSY 442  Seminar 3-0-3

3 hours

Plus one course in the area of Human Development:

PSY 211 Human Sexuality 3-0-3
PSY 221WI  Life-Span Developmental Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 342  Child and Adolescent Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 390  Adulthood and Aging 3-0-3
PSY 443  Seminar 3-0-3

3 hours  

Plus one course in the area of Behavioral and Cultural Diversity:

PSY 303WI  Health Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 318  Abnormal Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 385WI  Psychology of Women 3-0-3
PSY 434  Psychology and Edu of Except Child/Youth 2-0-2
PSY 444  Seminar 3-0-3

3 hours  

Plus one course in the area of The Applications of Psychology:

PSY 240 Educational Psychology 2-2-3
PSY 298  Research Practicum 1-3 hrs
PSY 315  Counseling Theory 3-0-3
PSY 316  Counseling Practice 1-6-3
PSY 323  Experiential Ed Leadership Development 2-2-3
PSY 350  Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3-0-3
PSY 401  Psychological Testing 3-0-3
PSY 496  Academic Internship 3-6 hrs
PSY 498  Directed Study 1-3 hrs
PSY 445  Seminar 3-0-3

3 hours  

Plus two additional classes from any of the above topic areas (6 hours)

To download a current copy of the Psychology Curriculum Sheet: Click here.

The Psychology Minor

The minor requires that a student take PSY 101 and 15 semester hours of psychology electives relevant to the student's interest and major curriculum, for a total of 18 semester hours.

Please Note:  


Freshmen who earn at least a three on the Advanced Placement Psychology Exam will receive three hours credit for Psychology 101.


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