Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Completion of 120 credits of college-level work approved by the College, with at least 90 credits of liberal arts and sciences, is required for the Bachelor of Arts degree.
A major in Psychology promotes an understanding of the psychological processes underlying normal and abnormal human behavior. Psychology majors may pursue graduate work in psychology, including experimental, industrial, health, clinical, and school psychology. They may also continue in related fields such as social work, education, and medicine.
Majors in Psychology must take the following courses:
Electives (55 credits, of which 25 must be in liberal arts and sciences)