2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Psychology (B.A.) [PSY]

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The B.A. requires 0-12 credit hours of foreign language.

The major provides a broad base of understanding of psychology as a science — the methodology of the discipline, the principles and concepts in major areas, and selected areas of application. Major areas include research methods, as well as a broad range of areas represented in the four-group distribution.

Career Potential

  • Academics
  • Industrial psychologist
  • Research
  • Counselor/therapist
  • School psychologist
  • Human services

B. Other: 18 credit hours

One course from two of the following groups and two courses from the other two groups.

Group I: Experimental Psychology

Note: The following are lab courses.

Group III: Personality Psychology

Group IV: Applied Psychology

C. Courses in Related Areas for the Bachelor of Arts:

Anthropology/Sociology: 6 credit hours

Select either

Philosophy: 3 credit hours

  • Other philosophy courses may be substituted with the approval of the Psychology Department.

Mathematics: 3 credit hours

  • Or any other undergraduate mathematics course that has any of these as a prerequisite

Computer Applications: 3 credit hours

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 124

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