For more detailed information about the Department of Psychology, please visit the department website.

Note: Students intending to major in psychology at a university are advised to take PSYC 1115, 1215, 2320, and 2321, plus other second-year courses necessary to transfer into the third year of a bachelors program. As second year requirements vary from institution to institution, students are advised to familiarize themselves with the programs of the university to which they want to transfer.

Courses

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  • Preparatory Course
Courses Credits
PSYC 1115 Introduction to Biological, Cognitive, and Developmental Psychology
3
PSYC 1195 Special Topics I
3
PSYC 1215 Introduction to Social, Personality, and Abnormal Psychology
3
PSYC 1295 Special Topics II
3
PSYC 2312 Tests and Measurements
3
PSYC 2318 Psychology of the Exceptional Child
3
PSYC 2319 Psychology of the Family
3
PSYC 2320 Research Methods in Psychology
3
PSYC 2321 Data Analysis for Psychology
3
PSYC 2322 Social Psychology
3
PSYC 2323 Psychology of Health and Adjustment
3
PSYC 2324 Developmental Psychology (Early Childhood)
3
PSYC 2326 Psychological Disorders
3
PSYC 2328 Applied Early Child Psychology
3
PSYC 2331 Neuroscience
3
PSYC 2341 Cognitive Psychology
3
PSYC 2413 History of Psychology
3
PSYC 2424 Developmental Psychology (Middle Childhood and Adolescence)
3
PSYC 2425 Developmental Psychology (Adulthood and Aging)
3
PSYC 2426 Psychotherapy
3
PSYC 3200 Industrial Psychology: Personnel Selection
3
PSYC 3210 The Psychology of Leadership
3
PSYC 3220 Group Dynamics
3
PSYC 3230 Psychology and Culture
3
PSYC 3240 The Psychology of Creativity
3