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2007-2009 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Psychology BA


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The General Program in Psychology is designed for the student who is preparing for advanced study in professional psychology or a related field, as well as for the student with a general interest in human behavior

Prerequisite. MTH 111  or equivalent preparation determined by the mathematics departmental placement test.

Requirements.

  1. All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)  Bachelor of Arts degree, including general education requirements and a foreign language. General education requirements in the natural sciences may not include courses in psychology.
  2. Thirty-four credits in psychology including:
    1. PSY 100 , PSY 201 , PSY 301  (11 credits).
    2. Laboratory Core.
      Two from: PSY 306 , PSY 310 , PSY 327 , PSY 351 , PSY 380 , PSY 384 , PSY 386  (8 credits).
    3. Non-Laboratory Core.
      Three from: PSY 309 , PSY 326 , PSY 328 , PSY 335 , PSY 336 , PSY 345 , PSY 346  ( 3 ) (9 credits).
    4. Advanced Study.
      Six additional credits in psychology from: courses listed above; PSY 340 , PSY 347 , PSY 350 , PSY 362 , PSY 363 , PSY 375 , PSY 381 , PSY 382 , PSY 389 , PSY 391 , PSY 392 , PSY 394 , PSY 427 .
  3. Satisfactory performance on departmental comprehensive educational evaluation.

 

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