Psychology, Bachelor of Science, General Track

Program Requirements for General Track Psychology Majors (48 credits)

The core sequence of courses required of all General Track Psychology Majors includes the following courses along with 18 elective PSYC credits:

The core sequence of courses required of all General Track Psychology Majors includes the following courses along with 18 elective PSYC credits:

PSYC 211General Psychology

3

PSYC 251Developmental Psychology

3

PSYC 270Psychological Applications of Statistics

3

 

PSYC 314Physiological Psychology

3

Or

PSYC 325Sensation and Perception

3

 

PSYC 315Contemporary Approaches to Learning

3

PSYC 410Social Psychology

3

PSYC 421Experimental Psychology I

3

PSYC 422Experimental Psychology II

3

PSYC 450Personality Psychology

3

PSYC 490Senior Seminar

3

Psychology majors may consider scheduling MATH 155, Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, as their Liberal Arts Core math requirement and Biology 130, Anatomy and Physiology, as their Liberal Arts Core science requirement. Students must earn a total of 120 credits across the major, core, and electives in order to be awarded the baccalaureate degree.