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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog (as of 03-10-17) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Psychology, B.S.


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Degree: Bachelor of Science
Credit Hours: 63+

Courses within this major may also satisfy general education requirements. Please consult the Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education Requirements  for more information.

Required Courses


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*PSYC 250  is strongly recommended for students in the BS program; however, students may take PSYC 211  and PSYC 220  in lieu of PSYC 250 . Students who have completed PSYC 250  may not receive credit for PSYC 211  and PSYC 220 . Similarly, students who complete PSYC 211  or PSYC 220  may not receive credit for PSYC 250 . **It is recommended that students take one or more mathematics courses prior to enrollment in PSYC 211  or PSYC 250 .

Required Advanced Experimental Coursework


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Students may elect to enroll in more than the one required advance lab from this cluster. Students completing additional courses from this cluster can apply these credit hours toward the elective hours required for the major.

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Students may elect to enroll in more than the required three courses from this cluster. Students completing additional courses from this cluster can apply these credit hours toward the elective hours required for the major.

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Students may elect to enroll in more than the required three courses from this cluster. Students completing additional courses from this cluster can apply these credit hours toward the elective hours required for the major.

Select five courses totaling 15 credit hours


9 of these credit hours must be at 351-level or above:

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Independent Study/Special Topic limitations: A maximum of 6 credit hours of PSYC 498  may apply to the major requirements; a maximum of 6 credit hours of PSYC 410  may apply to major requirements.

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Honors College mathematics courses will also fulfill the MATH 111  and MATH 120  requirements as long as they are either calculus or have calculus as a pre-requisite. Higher-level calculus courses in Math may also be used to fulfill the calculus portion of the Psychology Math requirement.

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The above listed 8 credit hour natural science sequences are at the introductory level. Higher level sequences (e.g. BIOL 201 -BIOL 202 ) taken at the College or transferred from another school may also satisfy this requirement.

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