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Undergraduate Program > Major Require. 6/1/2005 - 5/31/2007

Liberal Arts Psychology Majors (539)

Requirements: 41 credit hours
All courses are 3 credits except where indicated.

I. Introductory Requirement (3 credits)
80272 General Psychology

II. Methodological Requirement (8 credits)
80275 Psychological Statistics (4 credits)
80311 Psychological Research Methods (4 credits)

III. Content Area Studies (21 credits)

Physiology, Learning, and Cognition (choose 2)
80303 Introduction to Psychology of Learning
80305 Psychology of Perception
80310 Psychology of Memory and Thinking
80402 Psychology of Language
80403 Health Psychology*
80436 Physiological Psychology

Social, Developmental, and History (choose 2)
80302 History and Systems in Psychology
80306 Social Psychology
80308 Psychology of Motivation
80343 Psychology of Infancy and Childhood
80344 Adolescence and Adulthood

Personality and Abnormal (choose 1)

80313 Psychology of Personality
80412 Abnormal Psychology
80440 Clinical and Counseling Psychology

Applied (choose 2)
80304 Industrial Psychology
80315 Basics of Organizational Psychology
80458 Introduction to Psychological Testing (prerequisite: 80275)
Of the following three classes, only one may be counted towards the Applied requirement:
80330 Crisis Intervention
80494 Fieldwork
80495 Independent Study

IV. Capstone Experience (3 credits)
80498 Seminar in Psychology*

IV. Electives (6 credits)
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Each of the two elective courses may be selected from below OR may be an additional course from ANY of the categories above.]
80273 Psychology of Adjustment
80295 Independent Study
80318 Group Behavior
80320 Behavior Modification
80350 Psychology of Women
80407 Evolutionary Psychology
80430 Transactional Analysis
80433 Psychoanalysis, Behaviorism, and Humanism
80442 Psychological Study of Social Problems
80456 Disaster Psychology
80493 Selected Topics

IV. Research Experience Component
At least 6 hours of experiential credit must be completed.

* Writing Intensive class