General Education Requirements (37 credits)

CTA 206 Available Online Computer Applications for Business

ECO 105 Available Online Fundamentals of Economics

ENG 121 Available Online English Composition I

ENG 122 Available Online English Composition II

ENG 131 Available Online Public Speaking

HUM 360 Available Online Human World Views: 3500 BCE –1650 AD

HUM 361 Available Online Human World Views: 1650 AD – Present

MAT 205 Available Online Introductory Survey of Mathematics

PHI 100 Available Online Introduction to Critical Thinking

PSY 101 Available Online  Introduction to Psychology

SCI 335 Available Online  Human Anatomy and Physiology (4 credits)

SOC 101 Available Online  Introduction to Sociology

Humanities Electives (3 credits)

Psychology Core (42 credits)

MAT 308 Available Online Inferential Statistics

PHI 302 Available Online Ethics and Values in Behavioral Science

PSY 300 Available Online Theories of Personality

PSY 301 Available Online Social Psychology

PSY 305 Available Online Abnormal Psychology

PSY 315 Available Online Group Dynamics

PSY 334 Available Online Biological Basis of Behavior

PSY 351 Available Online Learning and Cognition

PSY 406 Available Online Tests and Measurement

SOC 304 Available Online Ethnic Groups and Minorities

SOC 331 Available Online Research, Writing and Information Literacy in the Behavioral Sciences


Choose one course from the following:
PSY 340 Available Online Research Methods in Psychology (recommended)
SOC 340 Available Online  Applied Research Design


Choose one course from the following:
PSY 409 Available Online Senior Seminar in Psychology (recommended)
SOC 409 Senior Seminar in Behavioral Science


Choose one of the following Developmental courses:
PSY 329 Available Online Life Span Development
PSY 336 Available Online Child Development
PSY 332 Available Online Adolescent Development
PSY 401 Available Online Adult Development and Aging

Major Electives (18 credits)

Six courses beginning with the prefix "PSY"

Free Electives (20 credits)

Please Note: Psychology majors are strongly encouraged to take Internship (PSY 490-PSY 494) as part of their psychology core electives or as free electives. Guided Practicum (PSY 290 - PSY 291) is also available.

Elective Guidelines

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences recommends that students who transfer in six or more core courses and all 18 credits of core electives use any remaining electives to increase their subject knowledge by taking upper level electives in their field. These will include the interdisciplinary electives identified from the other academic colleges.

This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2015-2016 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2015 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.