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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

Psychology, B.S.


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The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in with a major in psychology requires a total of 36 credit hours in psychology, excluding those counted toward general curriculum requirements. At least two-thirds of these credit hours must be 3000- or 4000-level courses, and no more than 39 hours in psychology may be counted toward the degree. Psychology majors must earn a minimum grade of B in the four foundation courses. A senior project is also required. Options that satisfy this requirement include completing a one- or two-semester research capstone, taking a fifth core class, completing a 5000-level graduate course, or participating in a psychology practicum experience. Given that the major allows flexibility, students are strongly urged to work with their advisors to select courses in a meaningful order and in relation to their own career plans. However, majors are encouraged to take foundation courses as early as possible.

Tulsa Curriculum Requirements (43-44 hours)


General Curriculum (25 hours)***


  • Block I (6 hours)
  • Block II (12 hours)
  • Block III (7 hour including one lab)

Notes:


*AS 1001  is required for freshmen matriculating at TU immediately after graduating from high school.

**AS 2001  is required for sophomores.

***No more than two courses from any one discipline may be used to fulfill General Curriculum requirements. Two courses must be taken which meet the Cultural Diversity and Gender Studies  requirement.

Psychology Major Courses (36 hours)


Required Minor (12-15 hours)


Selected in consultation with psychology advisor. Six hours must be at the 3000 level or above.

General Electives (32-33 hours)


Total: 124 hours


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