May 13, 2021
Student Learning Outcomes for Psychology:
Students will be able to:
Scientific and Critical Thinking
- Critically analyze, synthesize, and evaluate ideas.
- Conduct independent psychological research and apply psychological and methodological concepts to novel research ideas.
- Describe current and historical concepts and theories within the domains of the field: Mind and Body, Self and Society, Clinical and Counseling.
Ethical Reasoning in the Field
- Apply ethical standards to evaluation of psychological science and practice with sensitivity to context, diversity, and human differences.
- Effectively convey an evidence-based analysis of psychological research and theories through oral and written formats.
- Interact effectively with others in academic and applied settings.
- Apply psychological content and skills to career goals and cultivate a sense of purposeful life work.
The Psychology major requires:
Domains of Psychology
Two of the five courses taken in the Domains of Psychology must be at the 300-level.
Suggested Four Year Planner:
First Year Suggested Courses:
Second Year Suggested Courses:
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Fourth Year Suggested Courses:
PSY 105 is a prerequisite to all psychology courses, except PSY 125 and PSY 325 .
Students must achieve an average of a C- or better for PSY 280 and PSY 285 to continue in the major