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Psychology Requirements

Students transferring in with an Associate in Arts (AA) degree will need to complete the following courses in addition to electives. 

COM 140​

Basic Computer Skills
REL 300/400 ​ Religion Course​
PSY 161 ​ Fundamentals of Psychology​
PSY 201​ The Psychology Major: Academic and Professional Issues ​
PSY 205​ Research Methods I​
PSY 305​ Research Methods II ​
PSY 496​ Comprehensive Psychology Examination​
PSY 499 ​ Senior Seminar  in Psychology​
Learning Domain
PSY 412 ​ Cognitive Psychology ​
PSY 422​ Psychology of Learning​
Individual Differences and Social Processes Domain
PSY 328 ​ Social Psychology​
PSY 427 ​ Personality Theory​
Biological Bases of Behavior​
PSY 322​ Physiological Psychology​
PSY 432​ Psychology of Motivation​
PSY 433​ Sensation and Perception​
Developmental Domain​
PSY 325 ​ Developmental Psychology​
PSY 332 ​ Psychology of Aging​
PSY 334​ Child and Adolescent Development​
Diversity Domain​
SSC 101​ The Human Behavior Perspective ​
SSC 322​ Race and Ethnicity in American Culture​
PSY 339​ Social and Cultural Foundations of Behavior​
Applied Domain​
PSY 327​ Abnormal Psychology​
PSY 330 ​ Forensic Psychology​
PSY 331​ Interviewing and Counseling Skills​
PSY 336​ Military Psychology​
PSY 338​ Industrial and Organizational Psychology ​
PSY 405​ Research Methods III​
PSY 423​ Educational Psychology​
PSY 300/400 courses​ Elective Courses​
Contact Information

For more information contact Matthew Hollern by phone (850) 201-8655 or e-mail

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