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Academic Programs

Major

Lower division requirements

Introductory Courses

  • PSYC 1: General Psychology I (meets core Social Science)
  • PSYC 2: General Psychology II (meets core Social Science)
  • MATH 8: Statistics (must be taken prior to taking PSYC 53)
  • MATH 6: Finite Math, or MATH 11: Calculus 1 (can be taken at any time)

Statistics and Research Methods

  • PSYC 51: Statistics and Methods I
  • PSYC 52: Statistics and Methods II
  • PSYC 53: Statistics and Methods Practicum

Upper division courses

Biological (Choose one)

  • PSYC 165: Physiological Psychology
  • PSYC 166: Human Neuropsychology
  • PSYC 167: Psychopharmacology (meets Global Health Pathway)

Developmental (Choose one)

  • PSYC 172: Adolescent Development (meets Children, Family, Society Pathway)
  • PSYC 185: Developmental Psychology I (meets core ELSJ)
  • PSYC 196: Psychology of Aging (meets both core Diversity & ELSJ)

Applied (Choose one)

  • PSYC 115: Abnormal Psychology (meets core ELSJ)
  • PSYC 117: Health Psychology (meets Global Health Pathway)
  • PSYC 140: Behavioral Analysis
  • PSYC 157: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Social / Personality (Choose one)

  • PSYC 150: Social Psycholog
  • PSYC 160: Personality
  • PSYC 162: Cultural Psychology

Learning / Cognition / Perception (Choose one)

  • PSYC 120: Perception (meets Values in Science & Technology Pathway)
  • PSYC 130: Psychology of Learning (meets Values in Science & Technology Pathway)
  • PSYC 131: Cognitive Psychology (meets Values in Science & Technology Pathway)
  • PSYC 138:  Memory

Senior Capstone (Choose one)

  • PSYC 113: Advanced Topics in Health Psychology
  • PSYC 132: Advanced Topics in Learning
  • PSYC 133: Advanced Topics in Cognitive
  • PSYC 151: Advanced Topics in Social Psychology
  • PSYC 161: Advanced Topics in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  • PSYC 168: Advanced Topics in Neuroscience
  • PSYC 178: Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 199C: Directed Reading/Research

Electives (Choose three, more in course catalog)

  • PSYC 102: Writing in Psychology (meets core Advanced Writing)
  • PSYC 114: Ethics in Psychology (meets core Ethics)
  • PSYC 155: Psychology and Law (meets core Civic Engagement)
  • PSYC 156: Managing Diverse Workforce (meets core Diversity)
  • PSYC 158: Conservation Psychology (meets core Science Technology and Society)
  • PSYC 182: Psychology of Gender (meets core Diversity requirement)

If a class you are interested in is closed, please check again the night before classes start. You might be able to enroll or add yourself to the waitlist then.

 

Winter 2018

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