The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology prepares students to pursue graduate work in their area of interest within the field of psychology or allied mental health fields. The broad focus of the program is designed to provide a substantial background, which will prepare the student to think critically, make effective decisions, and contribute to solving social problems within our society.

General Education Core Credits

  • CIS101AMicrosoft Windows/Word
  • COM101 Speech Communication
  • ENG101 Introduction to College Writing and Information Literacy
  • ENG102 Reading and Writing about Literature
  • MAT101 Survey of Math or BUS102 Business Math
  • Natural Science (Biology recommended)
  • Arts and Sciences Elective
  • Philosophy/Religion Elective
  • General Elective (excluding HUS, PSY, SOC)
  • Social Science Elective
  • ACT110 College Experience

Specific Requirements Credits

  • PSY102 Introduction to Psychology 3
  • PSY103 Developmental Psychology 3
  • PSY201 Principles of Learning 3
  • PSY304 Abnormal Psychology 3
  • PSY 410 Research Methods I 3
  • PSY450 History and Systems* 3
  • HUS216 Evaluation Techniques 3
  • HUS305 Theories of Personality 3
  • HUS315 Culture and Community in the Human Services 3
  • Electives in PSY or HUS, with at least three 300 or 400 level courses 12

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