B. A.: Thirty- nine semester hours in psychology, including 110- 160 (12 semester hours); 207 (five semester hours); eight semester hours at the 200 level beyond 207; 10 semester hours at the 300 level; 390 (junior seminar); and one course at the 400 level (which must be 400, 410 or 420). Students must also complete a statistics course: Psychology 107, Management 210 or Mathematics 127. Each student is also encouraged to take courses in biology, computer science, foreign language, Mathematics 201 and Philosophy 240. Students planning to pursue graduate school should also take Mathematics 202 and further courses in the sciences.
B. S.: The minimum requirements for a B. S. degree in psychology are 43 semester hours in psychology, which include required courses: Psychology 110- 160 (12 semester hours); 207 (five semester hours); eight semester hours at the 200 level beyond 207; 10 semester hours at the 300 level; 390 (junior seminar); and two courses at the 400 level (which must be either 400, 410 or 499- eight semester hours). In addition to the required 43 semester hours, a student must complete a statistics course: Psychology 107, management 210, or mathematics 127 or 227. Additional preparation in mathematics and the natural sciences or economics is required for the student wishing to complete the B. S. in Psychology. In consultation with the academic adviser, the B. S. candidate will take: Mathematics 201 or above (eight semester hours); and 16 hours from any of the following: Philosophy of Science, Biology 200 or above, Chemistry 121 or above, Computer Science 150 or above, Economics 190 or above, Geology 150 or above, Mathematics 202 or above or Physics 101 or above.