Psychological Science B.S.
At least 43 credits in major courses, plus 14-19 credits in ancillary courses, including:
|ANCILLARY COURSES. At least 14 credits.|
|CALCULUS I. Choose 1 of the following:||3-4|
|Fundamentals of Calculus I|
|CALCULUS II. Choose 1 of the following:||3-4|
|Fundamentals of Calculus II|
|BIOLOGY. Choose 1 of the following:||4-8|
Option A (recommended):
|Exploring Biology 1|
and Exploring Biology 2
|Principles of Biology 1|
and Principles of Biology 2
|ANCILLARY ELECTIVE. At least 1 additional course/3 credits in BCOR, BIOL, CHEM, GEOL, or NSCI. Teaching Assistantships (x994) cannot be counted toward this requirement.||3|
|CORE COURSES. At least 25 credits.|
|PSYS 1400||Intro to Psychological Science||3|
|Choose 1 of the following:||3-4|
|Psych Research Methods w/lab|
|Psych Research Methods|
|PSYS 2010||Statistics for Psych Sci||4|
|PSYS 2100||Learning, Cognition & Behavior||3|
|PSYS 2300||Social Psychology||3|
|PSYS 2400||Developmental Psych: Childhood||3|
|ELECTIVES. At least 18 credits.|
|Choose 3 additional courses/9-10 credits from at least 2 of the following categories:||9-10|
Category A (Biobehavioral): PSYS numbered 3100 to 3299
Category B (Social & Developmental): PSYS numbered 3300 to 3499
Category C (Clinical): PSYS numbered 3500 to 3699
|Advanced Electives. 1-3 additional courses/3-9 credits from the following:||3-9|
PSYS numbered 3100 to 3989
LING numbered 2300 to 2399
|Up to 6 additional credits from the following:||0-6|
|Mentored Clinical Internship|
Students completing the B.S. in Psychological Science may not also receive the B.S. in Neuroscience or the B.A. in Psychological Science.
In the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), only one course may overlap between a major and a minor or between two CAS majors.
For a Bachelor of Science degree, no more than 50 credits in courses with the same departmental prefix may be used toward completion of the 120 credits required for graduation.
At least half of the credits used to complete major requirements must be taken at the University of Vermont.