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Natural Science Courses (GN)* (9 credits)



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Natural Science Courses (GN)* (9 credits)


Your Courses

Credits







3







3







3




Quantification Courses (GQ) (6 credits)

Your Courses

Credits

MATH 21 (GQ) or higher




3







3




Health and Physical Activity (GHA)** (3 credits)

Your Courses

Credits







1.5







1.5




Arts Courses (GA)*** (6 credits)

Your Courses

Credits







3







3




Humanities Courses (GH)*** (6 credits)

Your Courses

Credits







3







3


Social/Behavioral Courses (GS)*** (6 credits)


Your Courses

Credits







3







3


Additional Graduation Requirements


Key to Symbols

**Can also be counted toward General Education or major requirements.

+ Effective for students enrolling in or after summer session 2005.

Course Type: Additional Requirements

Your Courses

Credits

First-Year Seminar (Included in electives or general education)




1

Writing Across the Curriculum in the major (W)**

PSYCH 406W

3

International Cultures (IL)**+




3

United States Cultures (US)**+




3



2Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements (12–24 credits)



FOREIGN LANGUAGE (0–12 credits): students must attain 12th credit level proficiency.

This requirement is governed by a placement policy dictated by the number of levels of foreign language completed prior to admission to college.



Courses: Foreign Language

Credits




4




4




4

B.A. KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS (9 credits)

Formerly, students were required to complete 3 credits in each of three domains (Arts, Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences). Effective Summer 2005, students are permitted to complete all 9 credits in any one of six domains or a combination thereof, but courses may not be taken in the area of the student’s primary major. The six domains are Arts (GA), Humanities (GH), Social & Behavioral Sciences (GS), Natural Sciences (GN), Quantification (GQ), and Foreign Language if the coursework is in a second foreign language or beyond the 12th credit proficiency of the first foreign language.

See complete list of courses at: http://bulletins.psu.edu/undergrad/barequirements/


Courses: Knowledge Domains

Credits




3




3




3



OTHER CULTURES (3 cr)†


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† Cannot be used to satisfy the U.S. & International Cultures requirement.


See: http://bulletins.psu.edu/undergrad/barequirements/otherCultures


Course: Other Cultures

Credits




3



RESEARCH CORE (16 Credits)


Courses: Research Core

Credits

PSYCH 100

3

PSYCH 200 or STAT 200


4

PSYCH 301W

4

PSYCH 406W

4

PSYCH 489

1


BASIC COURSE REQUIREMENT (15 credits)


Choose one course from each of the following 5 categories.

Courses: Basic Requirements

Your Course

Credits

Biological Bases of Behavior (choose from PSYCH 253, 260, 261, 269, 425, 439, 441, 450, 460, 461, 462, 464, 475, 478)




3

Social/Developmental (choose from PSYCH 212, 221, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 420, 421, 423, 424)




3

Cognitive/Learning (choose from PSYCH 253, 256, 261, 268, 413, 426, 427, 439, 452, 453, 456, 461)





3

Clinical/Applied (choose from EDPSY 014, HDFS 311, HDFS 315, PSYCH 238, 244, 270, 281, 370, 404, 405, 408, 414, 419, 438, 443, 470, 471, 476, 477, 481, 482, 484, 485)




3

Diversity (choose from PSYCH 230, 231, 232, 422, 432, 479)





3


PSYCHOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE OPTION (18 credits)


Students must take PSYCH 281 and 15 credits of Business-related courses. 6 credits may be selected from PSYCH 482, PSYCH 484 or PSYCH 485.

SCIENCE OPTION
(18 credits)


Students must take PSYCH 253, PSYCH 260A or PSYCH 261 and 15 credits of Science-related courses. 6 credits may be selected from PSYCH 253, PSYCH 260A or PSYCH 261 if not used to fulfill first requirement.


Courses: Workplace

Credits

PSYCH 281

3





3




3




3




3




3



HUMAN FACTORS/DESIGN OPTION (18 credits)


Students must take PSYCH 244, PSYCH 444 and PSYCH 253 or 256. In addition, students must take 9 credits of Psychology, Engineering and Business-related courses.


Courses: Science

Credits

PSYCH 253, 260A or 261

3




3




3




3




3




3



Courses: Human Factors/Design

Credits

PSYCH 244

3

PSYCH 444

3

PSYCH 253 or 256

3




3




3




3



QUANTIFICATION (3 credits)


Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science Option must complete an additional 3 credits of Quantification.

Courses: Quantification

Credits




3

ADVANCE COURSE REQUIREMENTS (9 Credits)

Take 3 additional 400-level Psychology classes (except 494, 495, or 496).

Courses: Advance Course Requirements

Credits




3




3




3


SPECIAL INTEREST/CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE (3 Credits)


Take a combination of three credits from PSYCH 294, 296, 494, 495, or 496

Courses: Special Interest/Capstone

Credits




1-3




1-3




1-3


For a full list of Faculty in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, visit
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