This academic map is provided to help students in the A.A. program prepare to transfer as a junior to Florida State University as a Psychology major. Students who plan to transfer to a different institution should work with an adviser to identify that institution’s requirements.
This academic map is not a contract: The requirements outlined below are subject to change by the university at any time. Consult the university and work closely with an adviser to plan for transfer.
Courses marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed with a grade of C or better.
Courses marked with (R) are specifically required for acceptance into the major at FSU.
FSU Requirements for Admission as Psychology Major (B.A. or B.S.)
GPA: Overall GPA of 2.8 or higher without grade forgiveness
Note: This is a limited-access program.
Communications: Complete General Education requirements (6 credit hours)*
Humanities: Complete General Education requirements (6 credit hours)*
- One of the following: (R)
- One additional course that meets General Education requirement (3 credit hours)*
History: Complete General Education requirements (6 credit hours)
Personal Development: Complete General Education requirements (3 credit hours)
Instruction in the U.S. Constitution: Complete General Education requirement (credit hours vary)
Foreign Language (Select one of the following options)
- Two credits of the same foreign language in high school
- 8 credit hours of the same foreign language or American Sign Language at the college level
Computer Competency Requirement: Complete General Education requirement (credit hours vary)
Electives: Complete General Education requirement (24 credit hours), including the following:
- One additional psychology course (3 credit hours)* (R)
Multicultural: Not required for admission to FSU, but required for graduation from FSU. Students may satisfy the requirement at FSU, or may satisfy the requirement with one of the following TCC courses:
TCC Courses That Satisfy FSU Multicultural Requirement
FSU Contact Information
Department of Psychology