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BS in Psychology Track Map

Eastern University Psychology Department:

Map To The Major (Fall 2012 And Beyond)

B.S. Track

This is a suggested plan of study for those students undertaking the B.S. track in Psychology.

In order to satisfy the requirements for the B.S. track, students must take (at some point prior to graduation):

  • All courses denoted as Required
  • Three courses from the B.S. electives
  • One course from the B.A. electives and;
  • Complete a senior thesis (PSY 443)).
  • We also request that students successfully pass the Departmental APA Online Training (This is usually administered in one of the 200-level developmental courses (PSY 205, 206, or 207) and should be successfully completed before proceeding onto any 300-level courses; If a student is a transfer student coming in at the 300-level, he or she must meet with his/her advisor to make arrangements to complete this before the end of his/her first semester in the major).

Year 1

Fall Spring

Required Courses

PSY 100: General Psychology

Required Courses

PSY 205: Child Psychology

PSY 225: Biopsychology

PSY 220/221: Statistics and SPSS Lab

PSY 341: Research Methods I

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology

PSY 302: Experimental Psychology

PSY 304: Social Psychology

PSY 318: Cognitive Psychology

Year 2

Fall Spring

Required Courses

PSY 205: Child Psychology) OR PSY 207: Lifespan Psychology *

PSY 220/221: Statistics and SPSS Lab

PSY 301: Psychopathology (p)

PSY 225: Biopsychology *

PSY 308: Psychology of Personality (p)

PSY 341: Research Methods I *

PSY 342W: Research Methods II (p)

BIO 233: Human Anatomy & Physiology I (p)

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 250: Psychopharmacology (p)

PSY 322: Psychology of Gender

Required Courses

PSY 205: Child Psychology *

PSY 220/221: Statistics and SPSS Lab *

PSY 301: Psychopathology * (p)

PSY 308: Psychology of Personality * (p)

PSY 225: Biopsychology *

PSY 341: Research Methods I *

PSY 342W: Research Methods II (p)

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 302: Experimental Psychology

PSY 304: Social Psychology

PSY 318: Cognitive Psychology *

PSY 324: Cross-Cultural Psychology

PSY 330B: Psychology of Religion (p)

Year 3

Fall Spring

Required Courses

PSY 301: Psychopathology * (p)

PSY 308: Psychology of Personality * (p)

PSY 341: Research Methods I *

BIO 233: Human Anatomy & Physiology I * (p)

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 250: Psychopharmacology * (p)

PSY 300: Psychological Testing (p)

PSY 320: Techniques of Counseling (p)

PSY 322: Psychology of Gender *

Required Courses

PSY 301: Psychopathology * (p)

PSY 308: Psychology of Personality * (p)

PSY 342W: Research Methods II (p)

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 302: Experimental Psychology *

PSY 304: Social Psychology *

PSY 318: Cognitive Psychology *

PSY 320: Techniques of Counseling * (p)

PSY 324: Cross-Cultural Psychology *

PSY 330B: Psychology of Religion * (p)

Year 4

Fall Spring

Required Courses

PSY 415: History and Systems

PSY 443: Senior Thesis (p)

BIO 233: Human Anatomy & Physiology I * (p)

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 250: Psychopharmacology * (p)

PSY 300: Psychological Testing * (p)

PSY 320: Techniques of Counseling * (p)

PSY 322: Psychology of Gender *

Required Courses

PSY 415: History and Systems *

Possible Elective Courses

PSY 206: Adolescent Psychology *

PSY 302: Experimental Psychology *

PSY 304: Social Psychology *

PSY 318: Cognitive Psychology*

PSY 320: Techniques of Counseling * (p)

PSY 324: Cross-Cultural Psychology *

PSY 330B: Psychology of Religion * (p)

*= if still needed

(p) = This course has additional prerequisites beyond PSY 100 (See the list on the next page)

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