The psychology major prepares students for graduate study and professions where knowledge of psychological principles is fundamental. Students that choose the psychology major must complete a 36-credit curriculum that includes:
|PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology|
|PSY 310 Introduction to Statistics|
|PSY 315 Statistics for Psychological Research|
|PSY 380 Physiological Psychology|
|PSY 391 Introduction to Experimental Methodology|
|PSY 460 Senior Research Seminar|
Elective psychology courses should be selected from a variety of areas with departmental advisement. Biology is the preferred natural science core for psychology majors. Students preparing for graduate study in psychology are advised to complete courses in a foreign language and in computer science.