The bachelor of science in psychology degree is a liberal arts degree that emphasizes the experimental areas of psychology. This includes traditional experimental areas such as neuroscience, cognitive science, and learning as well as applied experimental areas such as social psychology, health psychology, and abnormal psychology. This degree is intended to appeal to students who have an interest in the natural and computational sciences as well as cognitive and behavioral science.
General Education - Univ Core Curriculum: 22 Credits
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General Education - Distribution Areas: 27 Credits
*Any course listed under section III (Applied Experimental Courses) or IV (Personality and Development) not taken to fulfill a requirement may count as a psychology elective.
**PSYC 324 is cross-listed with HDFE 324 and SOCI 324; students may apply any one of these toward this requirement, but the same course cannot simultaneously apply to another major or minor.