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 104 (R) or Higher23Humanities & Fine Arts Gen Ed3
PSYC 1113Any 200 level PSYC class3
Science & Technology Gen Ed3Science & Technology w/Lab Gen Ed 4
Social & Behavioral Sciences Gen Ed3Social & Behavioral Science/Global Perspective Gen Ed3
PSYC 1891 
 16 16
Any 200 level PSYC class3PSYC 3513
PSYC 3503COMM 1103
Science & Technology Gen Ed3Humanities & Fine Arts/Cultural Diversity Gen Ed3
Wellness Gen Ed2Supporting track or minor3
Free Elective3Free Elective4
 14 16
PSYC Elective3400 level PSYC class13
Supporting track or minor3400 level PSYC class13
Supporting track or minor3Supporting track or minor3
ENGL 324, 325, or 4593Supporting track or minor3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
 15 15
400 level PSYC class13400 level PSYC class13
400 level PSYC class13Supporting track or minor3
Supporting track or minor3Free Elective7
Free Elective6 
 15 13
Total Credits: 120

15 total credits in 400-level courses required. Choose at least two courses (6 credits) from Group A and two courses (6 credits) from Group B. Three credits may include PSYC 493 (Undergraduate Research) or PSYC 496 (Field Experience) courses taken for a grade.


Students who do not take MATH 104 will need to take 3 Quantitative Reasoning General Education Credits (R) as a Free Elective.

Degree Notes:

  • Students earning a Bachelor of Science degree must select one of the three tracks (Natural Science, Social Science or Minor Program of Study) in consultation with an adviser (14 credit minimum).