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  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology and Human Services


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Minimum required credits for the program: 54

Core: (42 Credits)


 Core plus 12 elective credits are required for the program (see below for Focus Options):

Tracks for Applied Psychology and Human Services Majors:


All Applied Psychology and Human Service majors are required to complete four upper-level courses (12 credits) as well as the core courses required for the major.  Students must choose one of the following tracks.  The upper-level elective(s) for each track should be selected from 3000/4000 level Psychology courses.

General Psychology
MAT 2021 Statistics
PSY 4010 Biopsychology
PSY 4020 Psychological Testing or PSY 3040 Theories of Personality
One additional upper level PSY elective (3 credits)

Child/Adolescent Development
PSY 3050 Child Development OR PSY 3260 Adolescent Development
PSY 4150 Understanding/Working with At-Risk Families
PSY 4170 Developmental Psychopathology
One additional upper level PSY elective (3 credits)

Community Mental Health/Substance Abuse
PSY 1130 Introduction to Substance Abuse
PSY 4215 Substance-Abuse Treatment
PSY 4145 Responding to Psychological Trauma
One additional upper level PSY elective (3 credits)

Elder Populations
PSY 3110 Aging and Older Adulthood
PSY 3210 Perspectives on Death and Dying
PSY 4150 Understanding & Working with At-Risk Families
One additional upper level PSY elective (3 credits)

Generalist
Select four upper level PSY electives.  Students should work with their advisor to select courses consistent with individual career goals.

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