BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY Fall 2007 – Spring 2010 NAME: KSU ID#: KSU Entry Year: KSU Entry Semester: GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Catalog Year Used: Req’d Hours 45-46 Earned Hours (Must earn ‘C’ or better) 3 ENGL 1102 Composition II (Must earn ‘C’ or better) 3 MATH 1101 Mathematical Modeling; MATH 1111 College Algebra; MATH 1112 College Trigonometry; or MATH 1113 Precalculus Choice: Req’d Hours 28 3 Area B: Social Issues (Institutional Option) Group I (Prereq: PSYC 1101) ANTH 2105, GEOG 2105, PSYC 2105, or SOCI 2105 Choice: 2 COM 1109, PHIL 2200, or FL 1002 or higher Choice: PSYC 3305 PSYC 3325 Choice: 3 Group II (Prereq: one 3000-level PSYC course) HPS 1000 Fitness for Living* 3 PSYC 3335 PSYC 4430 Choice: 3 Group III (Prereq: PSYC 2300 & 2300L) PSYC 3310 Psychopharmacology PSYC 4410 Physiological Psychology (4) PSYC 4415 Perception (4) Choice: 3-4 Group IV (Prereq: PSYC 2301 & 2301L) PSYC 3345 Learning and Behavior PSYC 4455 Cognitive Psychology (4) Choice: 3-4 *Although not in Area B, the computer evaluation system places it here. Area C: Humanities ENGL 2110 World Literature ART 1107, MUSI 1107, or TPS 1107 Choice: 3 Area D: Science, Mathematics, and Technology MATH 1106 Elem. Applied Calculus; MATH 1107 Statistics; or MATH 1190 Calculus I NOTE: MATH 1107 recommended Choice: 3-4 SCI 1101 Science Principles and Process I * SCI 1102 Science Principles and Process II * 4 3 3 ECON 1100 Global Econ. or ECON 2100 Prin. of Microecon. Choice: 3 HIST 1110 Introduction to World Civilization 3 HIST 2112 America Since 1890 3 Req’d Hours 6 Theories of Personality Abnormal Psychology Choices: 6 LOWER DIVISION MAJOR FIELD REQUIREMENTS Reminders: ▪ Must earn a “C” or better in all courses in this area. ▪ Must earn a “C” or better for prerequisites to be satisfied. Earned Hours General Psychology 3 PSYC 2210 Careers in Psychology 3 12 Req’d Hours 27 Earned Hours Related Studies Any 3000-4000 level courses in the university curriculum other than PSYC Choices: PSYC 1101 3 Earned Hours ELECTIVE REQUIREMENTS Req’d Hours 17 3 Psychology Electives Any 3000-4000 level courses in PSYC Any 1000-2000 level courses in MATH, CS, IS, BISM, or Natural Sciences (ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, PHYS, & SCI) Choices: 3 (Prereq: “C” or better in PSYC 2300/L, PSYC 2301/L, and one course from each of the four groups. Any one of the four group courses can be completed concurrently with PSYC 4499.) * Students must take the ETS Major Field Test as part of the course requirements. Area E: Social Sciences POLS 1101 American Government in a Global Perspective Life-Span Developmental Psychology Social Psychology Senior Capstone Experience PSYC 4499 Senior Seminar in Psychology * *Anat. & Physio. and Microbiol. may not be used for these classes SUPPORTING DISCIPLINE REQUIREMENTS Earned Hours Reminders: ▪ Must earn a “C” or better in all courses in this area. ▪ Must earn a “C” or better for prerequisites to be satisfied. ▪ 24 of the 28 required hours in this category must be completed at KSU. ▪ A total of 39 upper-level semester hours must be completed to graduate. Lower-level courses used to satisfy upper-level requirements cannot count toward these 39 hours. ▪ Must choose one course from each of the 4 groups; at least one must be a 4hour course. Area A: Essential Skills ENGL 1101 Composition I UPPER DIVISION MAJOR FIELD REQUIREMENTS 12 (Prereq: PSYC 1101 & you must be a psychology major) Research Sequence (both courses and labs required) PSYC 2300 and 2300L Research Methods in Psychology & Lab Free Electives Any courses in the university curriculum. 4 (Prereq: PSYC 1101; ENGL 1101; & MATH 1101, 1111, 1112, or 1113 ) PSYC 2301 and 2301L Experimental Psychology & Lab Choices: 15 4 (Prereq: PSYC 2300 & 2300L) Lower Division Elective Any 1000-2000 level course in the university curriculum Choice: 3 Extra Courses: NOTES: A minimum 2.0 GPA and 123 hours must be earned to graduate. Courses retaken to raise grades (e.g., from a D to a C) can only count once toward graduation. 30 hours must be completed at KSU. 20 of the last 30 hours must be completed at KSU. CPC and Developmental Studies hours do not count toward the required 123 hours. Final decisions regarding completion of requirements for graduation always rest with the registrar.