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This degree plan is based on an outdated catalog. Do not use this plan as a template for your own degree path. You can develop a new plan based on the current catalog for the school you wish to attend, and visit DegreeForum to get help from members who can assist you.

See JSD's BA in Psychology (after July 1st, 2015) for an updated plan

BA in Psychology (requirements prior to July 1, 2015)

Maximum of 6 credits in 100-level courses and minimum of 18 credits in 300/400-level aka upper-level courses, which includes required capstone.

Required Courses

Introduction to Psychology: CLEP, Uexcel ECEP, and Straighterline

Statistics: DSST, Straighterline, ALEKS, TECEP, and UExcel 

Experimental Psychology: Uexcel ECEP (Research Methods in Psychology; UL)

Psychology Elective Options

DSST Organizational Behavior (UL)

DSST Fundamentals of Counseling (transcribed as PSY 331)

DSST or Uexcel ECEP Lifespan Developmental Psychology

DSST Substance Abuse (UL)

CLEP Introduction to Educational Psychology

CLEP Human Growth and Development (duplicates DSST Lifespan Developmental Psychology)

Uexcel ECEP Abnormal Psychology (UL)

Uexcel ECEP Psychology of Adulthood and Aging (UL)

Uexcel ECEP Social Psychology (UL)

TECEP Psychology of Women

TECEP Abnormal Psychology (UL)

Straighterline Organizational Behavior (UL)

Required Liberal Arts Capstone (UL)

Note: You may be able to find cheap and self-paced Penn Foster courses to fulfill these areas as long as they are currently ACE-approved.

 

 

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