The B.A. in psychology program requires the completion of 120-123 credits, 48-63 of which are required to complete the major.
To complete the major, students must complete 19 credits of core psychology courses, 11 credits of non-psychology required courses, and select one of two 18-credit concentrations (general psychology or community-clinical psychology) or the 33-credit concentration (in forensic psychology) and complete the University Core Curriculum with the following restrictions:
Core Competency 3.1 must be fulfilled with MATH 1108 or higher
Core Competency 3.2 must be fulfilled with PSYC 3301
Core Competency 4.1 must be OKfulfilled with BIOL 1121
Core Competency 7.1 must be fulfilled with PSYC 1112
The forensic psychology concentration consists of 33 credits of psychology courses beyond the required core courses, and 6 credits of criminal justice courses beyond the required psychology and non-psychology courses.