Bachelor of Arts – Psychology

Concentration: Family/Child

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Psychology explores multiple perspectives of human nature, including biological, behavioral, cognitive, sociocultural and spiritual. All students learn the skills necessary to conduct research and to carefully evaluate other's research, with the goal of increasing their understanding of human nature. The psychology major is designed to prepare the student for the next step after undergraduate studies, whether it is immediate employment or graduate school.

Recommended Degree Path Campus Online
PSS101 - Pathways to Student Success
BIO151 - Introduction to Biology
CIS101 - Computer Literacy
ENG204 - Interdisciplinary Reading, Writing, & Research
COM146 - Communication
ENG101A - Reading and Composition
ENG101B - Critical Thinking, Reading & Writing
ENG309 - Theory of Composition
ENG348 - Modern American Literature
HIS227 - Ancient World History
HIS101 - American History I
HIS214 - Human Civilization II
MTH115 - College Algebra
MTH135 - Statistics
POL241 - American Government
PSC152 - Physical Science
CLD471 - Conflict Management
PSY221 - Psychology
PSY302 - Learning
PSY311/490 - Experimental Psychology
PSY312 - Lifespan Development
PSY321 - Statistics
PSY359 - Psychology of Adult Development
PSY322 - Personality Theories
PSY403 - Human Sexuality
PSY411 - Abnormal Psychology
PSY355 - Child Growth & Development
PSY422 - Psychology of Family
PSY356 - Adolescent Growth & Development
ENG308 - Rhetoric
ENG310 - Creative Writing
CLD472 - Mentoring and Team Leadership
CMN481 - Principles and Practice of Leadership
PSY301 - Psychological Testing & Assessment
PSY389 - Cross Cultural/Ethnic Issues
PSY421 - Social Psychology
PSY476 - Counseling
PSY375 - Biological Basis of Behavior
PSY405 - Social Intelligence
PSY478 - Crisis Counseling
PSY499 - Internship
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