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Psychology

 

Degree Requirements

Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (30 credits)

Required:
PSYC 105, STAT 213 (C or better), PSYC 215 (C or better).

At least one course from each of the following:
Biopsychology: PSYC 255, 350, 360, 402, 403.
Clinical:  PSYC 323, 324, 326, 332, WI-342, 343.
Social/Developmental:  PSYC 203, 212, 306, WI-312, WI-314.
Other:  PSYC 205, 321, 327, 328, 348, 331, 414 (414 is strongly recommended for those considering advanced study).

Electives:
An additional nine credit hours of psychology at the 300 level to total 30 semester credits.

Requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (30 credits)

Required:
PSYC 105, STAT 213 (C+ or higher), PSYC 215 (C+ or higher), WI-PSYC 404.

At least one course from each of the following:
Biopsychology:  PSYC 255, 350, 360, 402, 403.
Clinical:  PSYC 323, 324, 332, WI-342, 343.
Social/Developmental:  PSYC 203, 212, 306, WI-312, WI-314.
Other:  PSYC 205, 212, 321, 327, 328, 348, 331, 414 (414 is strongly recommended for those considering advanced study.) 

Electives:
5 credit hours of psychology at the 300 level to total 30 semester credits.

In addition, Bachelor of Science students must complete:
BIOL 101, or 199 and 200;
CHEM 103, or 105 and 106:
PHYS 203 and 204 (required for DPT); or NSCI 105
MATH 171 (or higher level math) (MATH 191 is strongly recommended for graduate school).

Requirements for a Minor (15 credits)

15 semester credits of psychology, including PSYC 105, 215 (C or better), STAT 213 (C or better) and two or more 300-level courses.

Requirements for Occupational Therapy students completing an undergraduate degree in psychology:  Students should contact their Psychology faculty advisor for current information.