CAS Core Requirements 42-46
PSY Majors must take PSY 250 as one of their SGA courses  
PSY Majors must take EXP courses outside of the Psychology Department for their Core requirement  
PSY Majors are encouraged to take MAT 120 as their Math core  
Psychology Program Required Courses  
PSY 105 - Introduction to Psychology 3
PSY 225 - Psychology Statistics 3
PSY 285 - Research Methods 3
PSY 300 - Psychology Internship I 3
PSY 405 - Special Topics Seminar 3
PSY 205 - Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 255 - Social Psychology 3
PSY 350 - Theories of Personality 3
PSY 365 - Biological Bases of Behavior 3
PSY 380 - Learning/Conditioning and Behavior Modification or 
PSY 384/384L - Animal Learning and Behavior
PSY 383 - Memory and Cognition 3

3 open PSY or NEU electives (at the 200 level or higher)
These courses include options such as: 

PSY 212 Positive Psychology
PSY 215 Psychology of Gender
PSY 226 Motivation & Emotion
PSY 325 Health Psychology
PSY 236 Mental Health & Society
PSY 245 Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 252 Forensic Psychology
PSY 254 Cultural Psychology
PSY 275 Intro Tech in Animal Behavior
PSY 295 Listening/Communication Skills
PSY 305 Special Topics
PSY 310 Children and Stress
PSY 316 Psychology of Consciousness
PSY 318 Community Psychology
PSY 325 Psychology of Aging
PSY 335 Comparative Animal Behavior
PSY 345 Sports Psychology
PSY 362 Animal Cognition
PSY 364 Soc and Emotion Dev in Childhood
PSY 370 Drugs, Society, and Behavior
PSY 375 Trauma and Health
PSY 400 Psychology Internship II
PSY 410 Theory/Res/Pract Couns Psych
PSY 430 Intro to Art Therapy
PSY 450 Fourth-year Thesis
PSY 486 Adv Research in Psychology
NEU 205 Introduction to Neurobiology
NEU 205L Introduction to Neurobiology lab
NEU 306 Behavioral/Cognitive Neuro
NEU 306L Behavioral/Cognitive Neuro Lab
NEU 410 Neurobiology of Mental Illness
Program Minimum Required Total Credits 42-43
Open Elective Courses (needed to reach 120 credits) variable
Minimum Required Total Credits  120

Students wishing to pursue teacher certification in Psychology can complete a double major with Psychology and Secondary Education or a major in Secondary Education and a concentration in Psychology. For more information, see the Secondary Education catalog page.

Students in this major can participate in the pre-health graduate school preparation tracks.

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