2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Mar 31, 2023  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Psychology, General Psychology Concentration, B.A.

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B.A., Psychology

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  

Concentration in General Psychology

The general psychology concentration consists of 18 credits of psychology courses beyond the required psychology and non-psychology courses.


  • Plus two psychology electives (6 credits) chosen with the academic advisor.
  • Plus fourteen free electives (42 credits)

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