Aug 11, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2023

Psychological Science, B.A./B.S.


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Psychological Science employs the scientific method to study behavior, brain, and cognitive processes in humans and animals. It is an integrative discipline that encompasses diverse topics and subdisciplines including social, health, clinical, social, cognitive, and developmental psychology just to name a few. The curriculum is empircally oriented and is based on the American Psychological Association undergraduate learning goals and objectives.The community of learning involves student-faculty research collaborations, practicum experiences, and working in laboratories in a hands-on learning environment. The solid grounding in research methodology along with an emphasis on quantitative and analytical skills prepares students for entry into graduate and professional education as well as diverse workforce careers.

BELL Core Requirements: 53 Hours (minimum)


Technical Requirements


Technical Requirements are courses identified by the program as required courses and will count in the BELL Core   or as General Electives.

Group 2 labs: Four hours chosen from the following: 4 hours


Group 3 labs: Four hours chosen from the following: 4 hours


Diversity/Equity/Inclusion Elective: 3 hours


Chose 1 class from the following courses

Psychology Electives: 12 Hours


12 hours to be chosen from the courses listed below or any of the above courses not used to fulfill a requirement.

Minor Requirements: 18 Hours


General Electives: 19 Hours (minimum)


Total Required for the Program: 128 Hours


* (Only three (3) hours of Special Studies or Practicum may be counted toward requirements in the major or minor)

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