2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
    
    May 09, 2021  
2010-2011 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Psychology, B.A.


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The purpose of the psychology program is to provide students with a grasp of the guiding psychological principles of human behavior. Coursework falls into three categories: a clinical/counseling concentration, a social/experimental concentration, and a developmental concentration. Students are free to choose courses within each of these three categories to fulfill the requirements for the major. The program emphasizes applied career-related experiences as well as a foundation in the broad theoretical issues of contemporary psychology. Coursework and practicum experiences also are designed to develop in students an enhanced social awareness, an appreciation of individual differences, and a sense of social responsibility.

A minor is required for a B.A. in Psychology.

 

General Education Requirements:


(non-WEC)

  • One elective chosen from the arts, aesthetics, foreign language, humanities, philosophy, or religion
  • One course in American history or government
  • One science course
  • One additional course in mathematics or science
  • At least two courses approved by the adviser and selected from disciplines within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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