Psychological Science and Applied Psychology Options
|PSYX 100IS - Intro to Psychology||4|
|Choose one of the following:|
Math placement exam at level 4 or higher
M 105Q - Contemporary Mathematics (formerly M 145Q, Math for Liberal Arts)
STAT 216Q - Introduction to Statistics
|PSYX 223 - Research Design and Analysis I||4|
|PSYX 225 - Research Design and Analysis II||3|
|PSYX 490R - Undergraduate Research|
or PSYX 495 - Field Pract in Applied Psy
|PSYX 499R - Senior Thesis/Capstone||3|
|Total Program Credits:||41|
|Freshman, Sophomore, Junior & Senior Years|
|REQUIRED COURSES LISTED ABOVE||44|
|PSYCHOLOGY ELECTIVES (as noted above):|
|Choose at least one course from each of the following four groups (12 credits):|
|Psychology of Learning|
|Sensation & Perception|
|Memory & Cognition|
|Judgment & Decision Making|
|Psychology of Personality|
|Psychology of Prejudice|
|Psychology of Aging|
|Choose at least four of the following courses (12 credits). Courses listed above in the four groups are also available:|
|Contemp Issues in Human Sexual|
|The Psychology of Film|
|Fund Psychology of Learning|
|Applied Critical Thinking|
|Psychology of Gender|
|History & System in Psychology|
|Indust & Organiz Psych|
|Advanced Behavior Analysis|
|Science of Psych Well-Being|
|University CORE, PSYX, and General Electives||76|
A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.
Applied Psychology Option
Students interested in areas of applied psychology such as industrial/organizational psychology, human resource management, or organizational behavior, may consider the Applied Psychology Option and may choose elective courses in such disciplines as business, management, industrial and management engineering, or statistics.
Psychological Science Option
Students interested in areas of psychological science may choose elective courses in disciplines such as sociology, political science, computer science, or statistics.
Students interested in advanced study in clinical psychology or counseling psychology may follow either the Psychological Science Option or the Applied Psychology Option and should choose elective courses in such disciplines as human development, pre-med, or statistics.
Students in either psychology option should consider developing a minor or second major in an area that enhances career interests. Information regarding these options is available through the Psychology Advising Office, Psychology Faculty Advisors, and the Psychology Department website.