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Bachelor of Arts In Psychology - 127 hours required for graduation

GENERAL EDUCATION—50 to 52 hours

MAJOR - 39 hours
 PSYC 151, 175, 200, 390, 315, 412; two courses from 303, 309, 310, 320, 325; two
courses from 245, 300, 308, 312, 290; two courses from 215, 207, 301, 335, 340, 401;
one course from any of the above groups or 330 or 398.

REQUIRED COGNATE—6 hours
Six hours of one foreign language, excluding courses on foreign cultures taught in
English.

COGNATES - 6 hours
Six hours from BIOL 206, 210; MATH 101; EDUC 327; PHIL 201, 202; SOC 270;
ECON 201, 202; AH 209, AH 223, SW 131; CJ 204, 230.

MATH REQUIREMENT: BS 104 or 106; MATH 106 or 111.

ELECTIVES—to bring total to 127 hours

Minor in Psychology—15 to 16 hours
PSYC 151 and 200; one course from 303, 309, 310, 320, or 390; one course from 215,
245, 300, 301, 312; one course from 290, 308, 335, 340, or 401.


SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE — PSYCHOLOGY

FRESHMAN YEAR - 1st Semester

  • ENGL 101................................................3
  • G ED Math...............................................3
  • COMM 100...............................................3
  • For. Lang..................................................3
  • PSYC 151................................................3

TOTAL...15

FRESHMAN YEAR - 2nd Semester

  • ENGL 102................................................3
  • G ED 100.................................................3
  • G ED Fine Arts.........................................3
  • For. Lang..................................................3
  • G ED Soc. Struct......................................3
  • PSYC 175................................................1

TOTAL...16

SOPHOMORE YEAR - 1st Semester

  • G ED 200................................................3
  • G ED Nat. Sci...................................... ...3-4
  • HHP 122 or 157........................................2
  • PSYC 207, 215, 301, 335, 340, or 341........3
  • PSYC 200................................................4

TOTAL...15-16

SOPHOMORE YEAR - 2nd Semester

  • ENGL 150...............................................3
  • G ED Fine Arts........................................3
  • G ED Am. Trad........................................3
  • C S 106...................................................3
  • Cognate...................................................3

TOTAL...15


JUNIOR YEAR - 1st Semester

  • ENGL 101.................................................3
  • G ED Math................................................3
  • COMM 100................................................3
  • For. Lang...................................................3
  • PSYC 151............................................ ....3

TOTAL...15

JUNIOR YEAR - 2nd Semester

  • PSYC 390.................................................4
  • G ED Int’l. Persp........................................3
  • PSYC 207, 215, 301, or 335....................... 3
  • PSYC 303, 309, 310, 320, or 325................ 3
  • Elective......................................................3

TOTAL...16


SENIOR YEAR - 1st Semester

  • PSYC 412.......................................................3
  • PSYC 330, 398, or 1 class from another group....3
  • G ED Nat. Sci..................................................3-4
  • G ED Elective..................................................3
  • Elective...........................................................3

TOTAL...15-16

SENIOR YEAR - 2nd Semester

  • PSYC 245, 290, 300, 308, or 312............... 3
  • Cognate....................................................3
  • Elective.....................................................3
  • Elective.....................................................3
  • Elective.....................................................3
  • Elective.....................................................3

TOTAL...18


PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT FACULTY

  1. Rebecca S. Francis, Chair
  2. Paula K. McCoy
  3. Charles W. Perdue
  4. James L. Spencer
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