Bachelor of Science- Psychology
About the Program
Explore the Human Mind
Why do people do the things they do? The field of psychology focuses on answering that question.
In this program, you will examine human psychology and explore its role in mental health, human interaction, the workplace, human development, drug addictions, consumer behavior, and much more. You will build your research and writing skills with opportunities to participate firsthand in research studies on campus.
Whether you want a future in human services, business and management, or other professional area, this diverse program allows you to tailor your learning to your career goals.
Please note that this is a sample four-year degree plan with a fall semester start. Students must meet with an advisor each semester to verify course offerings, program requirements, and degree completion timeline.
Program of Study
Personality/Social Bases of Behavior Courses take 6 credits, take at least 2 courses6 creditsTake 6 hours from the followingPSYC305 - Developmental Psych3 creditsPSYC310 - Psych of Personality3 creditsPSYC311 - Abnormal Psychology3 creditsPSYC320 - Social Psychology3 creditsPSYC430 - Tests and Measurements3 credits
Biologicial/Experimental Bases of Behavior Courses take 6 credits, take at least 2 courses6 creditsTake 6 credits from the following listPSYC325 - Cognitive Psych3 creditsPSYC372 - Physiological Psych3 creditsPSYC390 - Psych of Learning3 creditsPSYC425 - Psychology of Action3 creditsPSYC444 - Sensation & Perception3 creditsPSYC456 - Psychology of Emotion3 credits
GenEd Courses take the following courses, take 1-60 credits1 - 60 creditsTake the following courses:PSYC101 - Introduction to Psychology3 creditsENGL101 - Writing and Rhetoric I3 creditsCOMM101 - Fndmntls Oral Communication3 creditsPSYC201 - Survey of Contemporary Psych1 creditENGL102 - Writing and Rhetoric II3 creditsSTAT251 - Statistical Methods3 creditsPSYC215 - Quantitative Methods3 credits
Other Required Courses complete the following 3 requirements7 creditsPSYC201 - Survey of Contemporary Psych1 creditTake 1 course from the following 2PSYC215 - Quantitative Methods3 creditsSTAT251 - Statistical Methods3 creditsPSYC218 - Research in Behavior Sciences4 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.