Behavioral Statistics

Sample Program Guide

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This guide is not an official curriculum. This guide is a sample four-year degree plan of how students might plan this major with other degree requirements to complete their education in four years.Student plans will vary from this sample due to a variety of factors, such as, but not limited to, start year, education goals, transfer credit, and course availability. To ensure proper degree completion, enrolled students should utilize Degree Map and Schedule Planner in Campus Connection and consult regularly with academic advisors to ensure graduation requirements are being met.  

ENGL 1103ENGL 1203
MATH 103 (or higher level)3SOC 1103
PSYC 1113BIOL 1263
ANTH 1113Science Lab Gen Ed1
CSCI 114 or TL 1163Hum/FA & Global Perspective Gen Ed3
 Free Elective3
 15 16
STAT 3303STAT 3312
PSYC 3503PSYC 3513
BIOL 1263COMM 1103
Science & Technology Gen Ed3Humanities & Fine Arts Gen Ed3
Wellness Gen Ed2Free Elective4
 14 15
PSYC 200- 400 Level Elective3STAT 460, 463, 469, or 47223
PSYC 200- 400 Level Elective3Humanities or Social Science College Requirement3
Humanities or Social Science College Requirement3PSY Behavioral (Choose from Group A-D)3
PSY Behavioral (Choose from Group A-D)3PSY Behavioral (Choose from Group A-D)3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
 15 15
STAT 471 (or STAT 470 in Spring Term)13STAT 470 (or STAT 471 in Fall Term)13
PSYC 400 Level Class3PSYC 480 or 4893
Upper Division Writing Gen Ed3STAT 4623
Free Elective6STAT 460, 463, 469, or 4723
 Free Elective3
 15 15
Total Credits: 120

STAT 470 or 471 - only one of these is required. Once one is completed, if additional credit is needed to reach 120, student can take an elective.


Students is required to take two courses from STAT 460, 463, 469 472 for 6 in the major.