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  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Psychology, General Concentration BS


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Within the BS in Psychology there are four options available—the General Program, the Pre-Professional Program, and Behavioral Neuroscience. The Pre-Professional Program is for students planning a graduate degree. Whichever program students choose, they should consult their advisor in regard to their psychology classes, general or elective classes, and an elective minor. Classes should be chosen with occupational goals in mind. Students planning on graduate school should choose classes related to that area of specialization.

27 credits must be selected from courses numbered 300 or above.

Major: Core Requirements - 9


Major: Concentration Requirements - 31


Cognates — 16–22


Recommended


Field Experience and a reading knowledge of a foreign language are strongly recommended, particularly for students who plan to take graduate studies in Psychology.

Major Field Test:


Majors are required to take the Major Field Test in Psychology. The exam assesses the following areas: memory and thinking, sensory and physiology, developmental, clinical and abnormal, social, and measurement and methodology.

Computer Policy


In the Behavioral Sciences, the computer is an indispensible tool for collecting and working with data, accessing scientific reports, and for writing and critical thinking. As a result, the Department of Behavioral Sciences requires students to have a laptop computer in order to meet the requirements of the curriculum. Students are responsible for maintaining their computer with the required software appropriate for the courses they are enrolled in as they progress through the curriculum. Use of the computer varies by course.

Teaching Sites


This BS in General Psychology program is also offered at Hong Kong Adventist College.

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