Psychology

Bachelor of Science

Program Description

The Bachelor of Science degree in psychology is designed to expose students to the bio psychological, developmental, cognitive and sociocultural domains of psychology, as well as research methodology. The student also comes to understand the relevance of psychology in contemporary society. This major prepares a student for employment in human services or for graduate school in counseling or psychology.

Major core 42 credits
HUM 420 Ethical Decision Making 3
POL 100 Geopolitical Affairs 3
PSY 100 Human Behavior 3
PSY 250 Developmental Psychology 3
PSY 260 Personality Theory 3
PSY 355 Cognitive Psychology 3
PSY 360 Social Psychology 3
PSY 370 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 420 Physiological Psychology 3
PSY 460 Experimental Psychology 3
PSY 480 Cross Cultural Psychology 3
PSY 495 Senior Seminar: Capstone in Psychology 3
SOC 200 Research Methods 3
SOC 335 Contemporary Social Problems 3
  • SOC 335 also meets DJCG 300 requirement
  • PSY 355 also meets DSL 300 requirement
  • PSY 360 also meets DSSG 300 requirement
  • PSY 370 also meets DSSA 300 requirement
  • HUM 420 also meets DBRG 400 requirement
  • PSY 420 also meets DSL 400 requirement
  • PSY 460 also meets DQR 400 requirement
  • PSY 480 also meets DSSA 400 requirement
  • PSY 495 also meets DJCG 400 requirement
Upper level electives 300 + 12 credits
Upper Level Elective 12
Free electives 20 credits
Elective 20
Total 117 credits

3-year plan

4-year plan