Psychology with a Human Services Emphasis

All students majoring in Psychology must successfully complete the following courses: PSYC 100, 205, 207, 208, 301, 306; either 311, 312, or 313; 415, 477, 490, and 495.

Psychology with a Human Services Emphasis Track Requirements: A minimum of two additional credits in Psychology. Recommended are additional courses in psychology and courses in biology, history of scientific thought, human development, philosophy, sociology, and social work relevant to the student’s particular interests. This track is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to pursue masters-level education in a variety of fields, such as counseling, organizational psychology, and guidance; of students who desire a broad undergraduate education and graduate education in areas outside psychology, such as business, law, and education; and of students who seek a broadly applicable undergraduate degree. Students completing this track earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.