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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS ("OLD" REQUIREMENTS FOR CATALOG TERMS: PRE-2012)

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY

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This is the general academic psychology major and requires 34 credits beyond the introductory course. It provides training in the experimental methods of scientific psychology as well as an understanding of the dynamic factors underlying human behavior and personality. It also emphasizes the values of a liberal education. Flexible elective offerings permit students to pursue areas determined by their interests.

Students choosing this program are required to complete the major by fulfilling the minimum requirements for each of the following groups.

Both of the following:

  • PSY 259 - Statistics in Psychology
  • PSy 393 - Experimental Methods

Two of the following:

  • PSY 303 - Perception
  • PSY 311 - Learning
  • PSY 313 - Cognition
  • PSY 383 - Brain and Behavior

Two of the following:

  • PSY 210 - Infant and Child Development*
  • PSY 215 - Adolescent Development*
  • PSY 219 - Lifespan Development* 
  • PSY 227 - Social Psychology
  • PSY 228 - Personality
  • PSY 320 - Abnormal Child Psychology
  • PSY 321 - Abnormal Psychology

*PSY 210 and 219 may not both count toward the major. Likewise, PSY 215 and 219 may not both count toward the major.

Any two 400-level psychology courses, not including 472, 473, and 499.

Any other three psychology courses on the 200, 300, or 400 level.