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Psychology BS

Department of Psychology

Psychology BS 
Course Number and TitleCredits
Foundational Studies Program requirements indicated in bold
ENGL 101 Introduction to College Writing3
ENGL 102 Intro to College Writing and Research3
UF 100 Intellectual Foundations3
UF 200 Civic and Ethical Foundations3
DLM Mathematics3-4
DLN BIOL 227 Human Anatomy and Physiology4
DLN Natural, Physical, and Applied Sciences course in a second field3-4
DLV Visual and Performing Arts3
DLL Literature and Humanities3-4
DLS PSYC 101 General Psychology3
DLS Social Sciences course in a second field3
BIOL 228 Human Anatomy and Physiology4
PSYC 120 Introduction to the Psychology Major2
PSYC 295 Statistical Methods3
CID PSYC 321 Research Methods4
FF PSYC 487 Capstone Perspectives: History and Systems3
One course chosen from the Individual Differences cluster:
PSYC 219 Cross-Cultural Psychology
PSYC 229 Psychology of Gender
PSYC 261 Human Sexuality
PSYC 271 Human Relationships
PSYC 290 The Psychology of Eating
3
One course chosen from the Quantitative Methods cluster:
PSYC 405 Advanced Statistical Methods
PSYC 421 Psychological Measurement
3
One course chosen from the Basic Experimental cluster:
PSYC 335 Biological Bases of Behavior
PSYC 343 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 441 Learning
3
One course chosen from the Applied Psychology cluster:
PSYC 331 The Psychology of Health
PSYC 357 Introduction to Counseling Skills
PSYC 438 Community Psychology
PSYC 455 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSYC 459 Psychology and Law
3
One course chosen from the Developmental cluster:
PSYC 309 Child Development
PSYC 310 Adolescent and Adult Development
PSYC 419 Children and Families: Multicultural Perspectives
3
One course chosen from the Person in Society cluster:
PSYC 301 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 351 Personality
PSYC 431 Social Psychology
3
Mathematics course In addition to the 3-4 credits earned under DLM requirements.3-5
Upper-division electives to total 40 credits18
Elective to total 120 credits26-31
Total120
In every course that is specifically required for the baccalaureate degree in psychology (including non-psychology prerequisites such as basic math), students must pass with a grade of C- or better.