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

SPECIALIZATION IN RESEARCH

This specialization requires 33 credits beyond the intro¬°ductory course and an additional 15 credits in cognates and culminates in the B.S. degree. The program emphasizes skill development in the research process and is highlighted by two senior-level lab courses which focus on testing, evaluation, data collection, and analysis. Courses have been chosen for their value in preparing for the research job market in psychology and related disciplines as well as for graduate study. Upon completion, students will have satisfied both the requirements for the major in psychology and the specialization in research.

Students should select courses to satisfy the each of the requirements listed below:

Both of the following:

Two of the following:

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

Three of the following:

Both of the following:

Any other 400-level course, not including 472, 473, and 499.

COGNATE REQUIREMENTS (minimum of 15 credits selected from below):

Required:

Two of the following:

Two of the following: