Course Requirements

In addition to the courses below, you must take a Psychology Elective at the 300-400 level.

Lifespan Human Development
Course ID
PSYC 210
Credit Hours
3

The lifespan covering the prenatal, early childhood, adolescent and adult stages. PR: PSYC 103. Fall, Spring.

Social Psychology
Course ID
PSYC 328
Credit Hours
3

A study and analysis of the effects of social structure upon an individual’s behavior. Social influence on personality development, attitude change, prejudice, crowd behavior and group dynamics will be emphasized. PR: PSYC 103 and PSYC 210. Spring, Even.

Health Psychology
Course ID
PSYC 350
Credit Hours
3

The application of psychological theories to understanding physical and mental illnesses, health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness. Introduces the key concepts and methodologies important to health psychology and the skills to think analytically and critically about health issues. PR: PSYC103 and PSYC 210. Spring.