To earn the bachelor's degree in psychology, students take a minimum of 13 courses (39 credits).
- PSY100: Introduction to Psychology
- PSY210: Applied Behavior Analysis I or PSY320: Psychology of Learning and Behavior
- PSY220: Child Development or PSY230: Adolescent and Adult Development
- PSY250: Social Psychology or PSY290: Cross-Cultural Psychology
- PSY310: Cognitive Psychology
- PSY325: Statistics and Research Methods I
- PSY326: Statistics and Research Methods II
- PSY350: Physiological Psychology
- PSY430: History and Systems of Psychology
- Four additional electives in psychology
Psychology majors are encouraged to take BIO110: Human Biology combined with one other biology course, the BIO111-BIO112 General Biology sequence or the BIO205-BIO206 Human Anatomy and Physiology sequence to fulfill their six-credit Core Curriculum requirement as preparation for PSY350: Physiological Psychology.