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Core Requirements (BS)

The BS degree program provides intensive para-professional training in psychology. In this program, 52 semester hours in psychology provide students with skill in such areas as psychological measurement and research methodology, including computer-assisted data analysis. Practical experience is gained through practicum placements in mental hospitals, social service agencies, counseling practices, government, government, research institutions, and other professional settings.

Core Requirements (52 Semester Hrs.)


PSYC 101 — General Psychology (3)
PSYC 200 — Introduction to Psychopathology (3)
PSYC 202 — Learning and Memory (3)
PSYC 204 — Statistics I (3)
PSYC 205 — Research Methods in Psychology (4)
PSYC 302 — Childhood and Adolescence (3)
PSYC 307 — Personality (3)
PSYC 308 — Social Psychology (3)
PSYC 311 — Cross Cultural Psychology (3)
PSYC 320 — Physiological Psychology (3)
PSYC 340 — Statistics II (3)
PSYC 404 — Psychological Measurement (3)
PSYC 415 — Cognitive Psychology(3)
PSYC 431 — Seminar in Psychology (3)
PSYC ___ — Psychology Electives (9)