School of Psychology

Undergraduate Major

The Bachelor of Science program in Psychology aims to provide a general background for career and/or advanced studies in fields which presuppose understanding of human behavior, such as clinical/counseling psychology, industrial-organizational psychology, medicine, education, social work, and law. 

Students who major in psychology are required to complete an introductory course and 38 semester hours in upper division courses in psychology. Students also complete the Core Curriculum, as required by the University. Please review the suggested block schedule for majors. Students should also discuss their career aspirations and elective choices with their faculty advisor. Students must maintain contact with a departmental advisor each semester to aid in course selection, planning, and scheduling.

BS in PSYC Advising - Course Checklist


Students interested in adding the PSYC Major to their degree plan should contact:

Mack Maynard, Director of Academic Programs