BA in Psychology
What Will I Learn?
This major allows you to study and analyze the thoughts and behaviors of human beings, with an emphasis on the individual rather than the group. You will learn the various methods used in psychological research and data interpretation.
Upon graduation, you can consider a wide range of careers at the entry level in the field of psychology or a related field such as education. Some careers will require further study and/or training after completion of the degree.
A total of 92 credits are required to graduate, , which can be completed in three years by those entering as sophomores.
- Program Core Requirements (25 credits)
- Psychology Electives (18 credits)
- LAC (30 credits)
- CSC201 Computer application (1 credit)
- Free Electives (18 credits)
Major core requirements (25 credits)
|PSY201||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|PSY234||Development Across the Life Span||3|
|PSY303||Introduction to Neuroscience||3|
|STA302||Introduction to Statistics in Social Sciences||3|
Psychology electives (18 credits)
|PSY304||Psychology of Youth||3|
|PSY320||Theories of Personality||3|
|PSY322||Mind and Behavior||3|
|PSY324||Theories of Learning||3|
|PSY326||Introduction to Psychometrics||3|
|PSY498||Topics in Psychology||3|