Psychology: B.A.

Program Details

Students completing the B.A. in Psychology will need to complete the following course requirements.

HUDV 1015Human Development: Introductory4
or HUDV 3025 Human Development: Advanced
PSYC 1005Introduction to Psychology4
PSYC 2030Social Psychology: Introductory4
or PSYC 3020 Social Psychology: Advanced
PSYC 3010Abnormal Psychology: Advanced4
PSYC 3040Biological Psychology4
PSYC 3045Cognitive Psychology4
or PSYC 3100 Learning & Memory
PSYC 3055Cultural Psychology4
SOSC 2010Statistics for the Social Sciences4
SOSC 3025Social Science Research Methods4
Two Advanced Level PSYC or HUDV Electives8
Total Credits44

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will be able to describe overarching themes in the field of psychology, as well as key concepts in major domain and application areas of psychology.
  • Students will be able to use scientific reasoning and methodology to interpret psychological and behavioral phenomena, including demonstrating psychology information literacy.
  • Students will be able to articulate ethical values in evaluating psychological science and practice in a diverse world.
  • Students will be able to interact effectively with others, including demonstration effective writing and presentation skills.
  • Students will develop meaningful professional direction that can utilize psychological knowledge and skills.