psychology curriculum

The following text is taken from The University of Findlay's undergraduate catalog.

A major in psychology consists of PSYC 100, 128, 208, 213, 233, 234, 240, 260, 270, 289, 301, 328 (minimum of two semester hours), 389, and 428. In addition, psychology majors are required to complete two courses from PSYC 113, 320, 350, 355, 360, and 380; one course from PSYC 315, 365, 370, and 375; and one course from PSYC 309, 330, and 385. Recommended courses that can be taken but will not be counted toward the major but can be used for credits for the bachelor’s degree include PSYC 050, 210, 310, 312, 314, 495, and 499.

In utilizing psychology as a minor, the student should select the psychology elective courses in order to augment his/her major field of study. A minor in psychology consists of 18 semester hours to include PSYC 100 plus any additional combination of psychology courses (excluding PSYC 050) totaling 15 semester hours. If a course is offered for variable credit, a student can only apply up to three credit hours for that particular course.