The BA degree in Psychology emphasizes understanding of the science and study of behavior and mental processes.
Introduction to General Psychology
Life-Span Developmental Psychology
Measuring Behavior (TECO)
Statistics in Psychology (QRCO)
Research Methods in Psychology (WRCO)
History and Systems
Psychology electives [not PSDI]
Group A - complete one of the following:
Group B - complete two courses:
Capstone - complete one of the following:
3 or 6
Internship in Psychology
Advanced Research Seminar in Psychology
Independent Research in Psychology
The First Year Seminar: Critical Thinking and the Nature of Inquiry
Creative Thought Directions
Past and Present Directions
Scientific Inquiry Directions
Self and Society Directions
Foreign Language (GACO)
33-31 or 30-28
The foreign language requirement for all BA degrees calls for 0-8 credits: one year of one language (6-8 credits); or one 3000/4000 level world language course (3 credits); or being a native speaker of a language other than English (zero credit). American Sign Language I and II fulfill this requirement; however, American Sign Language does not satisfy the Global Awareness Connection.
*All course information is from the 2014-2015 Catalog.