Psychology - Bachelor of Science
2019-20 Four-Year Plan

This sample schedule assumes that the Language and Culture requirements have been met by high school language courses (see Lower-Division General Education Requirements – Language and Culture section of this Catalog). If not, then language credits must be taken as electives.

Freshman
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
PSYC 201S3Literature3
ENGL 110C (Grade of C or better required)3Oral Communication3
Information Literacy and Research3ENGL 211C, 221C, or 231C (Grade of C or better required)3
Elective or Language and Culture I (May be waived)3Elective or Language and Culture II (May be waived)3
MATH 102M (or MATH 103M)3PSYC 3163
 15 15
Sophomore
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
PSYC 3174PSYC 318W (C or better required)4
PSYC (Area 1 course)3PSYC (Area 2 course)3
Nature of Science I4Nature of Science II4
PSYC Elective*3Interpreting the Past3
Human Creativity3Impact of Technology3
 17 17
Junior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
PSYC (Area 3 course)3PSYC (Area 4 course)3
Human Behavior (PSYC 201S and PSYC 203S may not be used to satisfy this requirement)3Philosophy and Ethics3
PSYC Elective*3PSYC Elective*3
PSYC Elective*3Upper-Division General Education or Minor**3
Upper-Division General Education or Minor**3Minor** or Elective3
 15 15
Senior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
Minor** or Elective3Electives14
Electives9 
 12 14
Total credit hours: 120

This is a suggested curriculum plan to complete this degree program in four years.  Please consult information in this Catalog, Degree Works, and your academic advisor for more specific information on course requirements for this degree.