- Psychology 101, 104 or 110 (General Psychology)
- Psychology 123 (Orientation)
- Psychology 203 (Statistics)
- Psychology 275 (Research Methods)
Four of the Following Courses
- Psychology 303 or 302 (Abnormal)
- Psychology 305 (Social)
- Psychology 380 (Cognitive)
- Psychology 383 (Biological)
- Psychology 391 (Developmental)
One of the Following Courses
- Psychology 464 (History)
- Psychology 470 (Research in Psychology)
- Psychology 490 (Special Topics)
- Additional courses in psychology curriculum to earn a minimum of 35* credits.
* If course catalogue is pre 2010, a minimum of 36 credits is required.
Additional Major Requirements
- A "C" or better in ENGLISH 101, ENGLISH 110, or WBIS 188
- A "C" or better in one of the following: PBIS 187, PBIS 188, PBIS 189, MATH 104 (or placement at a level higher than math 104 via the placement exam), MATH 108, MATH 204, or any mathematics/statistics/computer science course besidies PSYCH 203 that meets the Level II BS Math Requirement
- A "C" or better in two laboratory science courses that meet the BA or BS laboratory science requirement
- Statistics and Research Methods can now be taken concurrently, but students cannot take Research Methods without either prior or concurrent enrollment in Statistics.
- All 400-level courses now require 20 credits of psych courses before students can take them.
- Students need 20 credits for Psychology 481 (Practices in Clinical Psychology); these 20 credits must include Abnormal Psychology.
- The following require Research Methods (275) to be included in the 20 credits: Psychometrics (411), Independent Study (446), Seminar in Applied Psych (451), Sensation & Perception (455), Related Readings (456), Theories & Principles of Learning (463), History of Psych (464), Research in Psych (470), Personality (473), Honors Thesis (474), Advanced Research (480), & Special Topics (490).