Student's Name ______________________ SID ________________________________ PSYCHOLOGY - LAW & SOCIETY (B.A.) (effective Fall 2013) Please refer to the UCR General Catalog for a complete explanation of the following requirements, including course prerequisites and descriptions. Each course chosen must be worth 4 or more units. For further explanation, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Advising for the Department of Psychology. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES, ARTS, AND SOCIAL SCIENCES BREADTH English Composition (one year with grade of C or better in each course) ENGL 1A (or AP 3-5) _______________ ENGL 1B (or AP 4-5) ____________ ENGL 1C _____________ Foreign Language (4th qrtr proficiency) ___________ ___________ ____________ ______________ Ethnicity ____________ (check catalog - then also use as Humanities or Social Science course) Humanities B. A. (5 courses) World History (HIST 10, 15, or 20) _________________ Fine Arts (one course) __________________________ LIT, PHIL, or RLST (two) ________________________ One Humanities Elective ______________________ ___________________________________ Social Sciences (4 courses) ECON or POSC (one course) ____________________ ANTH or SOC (one course) ___________________ Social Science Electives (two) ____________________________ __________________________________ (Courses from Psychology may NOT be used for Social Science breadth.) LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR The lower division requirements listed below must be completed by the end of the sophomore year, with an average grade of "C" or better, with no grade below "C-", and before upper division Psychology courses are taken. All courses must be taken for a letter grade. Transfer students and others entering the major after achieving sophomore standing must complete the requirements within one year by enrolling in applicable courses every quarter until the requirements are met. Students who do not complete the lower division requirements in this timely fashion with the minimum grade average may not be permitted to continue in the Psychology major. Students must check course descriptions for prerequisite requirements. A. One course selected from MATH 4, MATH 5, or MATH 8A _______________ B. Biological Science: One course from any BCH, BIOL, BPSC, ENTM, _______________ NEM, OR PLPA C. Physical Science: One course from any CHEM, PHYS, OR EARTH _______________ SCIENCE with the exception of cultural geography. D. Two additional courses selected from the CHASS Natural Science _______________ and Mathematics breadth requirements _______________ (Note: please check the catalog for duplications of credit) E. Psychology lower division PSYC 1 __________ PSYC 11__________ PSYC 2 __________ PSYC 12__________ UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR Required Courses: 1. PSYC 110 or CBNS 106 2. PSYC 132 or 134 3. PSYC 140 4. PSYC 150 5. PSYC 160 or 161 or 162 or 163 Four 4-unit upper division PSYC electives: _________ _________ _________ _________ _________ ____________ 6. PSYC __________________________________ 7. PSYC __________________________________ 8. PSYC __________________________________ 9. PSYC __________________________________ (one 4-unit block of PSYC 198G or PSYC 198I can be used; NO other 190 series courses can be used.) NOTE: You must have a 2.0 major GPA as well as a 2.0 cumulative GPA and a minimum of 180 completed units to graduate. 05/2008 PSYCHOLOGY - LAW AND SOCIETY Requirements for the B.A. Degree (PYLW) LAW AND SOCIETY (36 units) A. B. C. PHIL 7 or PHIL 7H LWSO 100 One course from the following: _______________ _______________ ECON 111 POSC 114 PSYC 12* SOC 4 _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ * NO more than 2 courses from Sections D & E combined can be from the same subject area . D. E. F. At least three courses from the following (12 units): ANTH 127 _______________ ECON 119 _______________ HISE 153 _______________ PHIL 165 _______________ POSC 167 _______________ PSYC 175* SOC 159 _______________ _______________ No more than two courses from the following (8 units): ENSC 174 _______________ HISA 120A _______________ HISA 120B _______________ HISE 123 PHIL 164 _______________ _______________ LWSO 175 _______________ POSC 111 _______________ POSC 166 _______________ POSC 168 _______________ POSC 186 _______________ SOC 147 _______________ SOC 149 _______________ SOC 180 _______________ LWSO 193 _______________ In filling the dual requirements of this major, students may not count more than two courses toward both parts of their total requirements (specified Psychology requirements and Law and Society requirements). Students are responsible for completing all prerequisites to upper division courses. Recommended courses are bolded and designated with an asterisk. NOTE: You must have a 2.0 major GPA (in both parts of this major) as well as a 2.0 cumulative GPA and a minimum of 180 earned units to graduate.