The Psychology major at Stevenson University helps students develop a detailed, integrated, and science-based understanding of behavior, including mental processes. As a student in this major, you'll learn how to apply this understanding to have a positive impact on the lives of others.
If you are interested in how humans think, feel, and act, our program will help you develop a scientifically based understanding of behavior and mental processes in both humans and animals.
There are four components to the program:
Graduates of our Psychology program embark on many rewarding career choices, including:
Curious about internships and job placement after you graduate? Visit our Office of Career Services.
The courses listed below are required for completion of the bachelor's degree in Psychology. Students must also complete the requirements for the Stevenson Educational Experience (SEE).
Specific pre- and co-requisites for each course are listed in the course descriptions.
|FYS 100||First Year Seminar|
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology|
|PSY 108||Human Growth and Development|
|PSY 136||Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences|
|PSY 201||Writing in Psychology|
|PSY 205||Career Development I|
|PSY 230||Basic Counseling Skills|
|PSY 260||Behavioral Approaches to Change|
|PSY 261||Biological Psychology|
|PSY 262||Social Psychology|
|PSY 263||Cognitive Psychology|
|PSY 270||Research Methods and Data Analysis I|
|PSY 305||Career Development II|
|PSY 333||Tests and Measurement|
|PSY 343||Research Methods and Data Analysis II|
|PSY 341||Counseling Theories|
|PSY 405||Career Development III|
|PSY 208||Human Sexuality|
|PSY 216||Psychopathology in Children and Adolescents|
|PSY 250-254||Topics in Psychology|
|PSY 326||Special Topics in Cognitive Psychology|
|PSY 327||Special Topics in Developmental Psychology|
|PSY 328||Special Topics in Personality Psychology|
|PSY 329||Special Topics in Social Psychology|
|PSY 340||Advanced Counseling Skills|
|PSY 420||History and Systems of Psychology|
|PSY 470||Senior Research Thesis|
Explore our academic catalog for a full listing of courses, course descriptions, suggested course sequences, and more.
The minor in Psychology requires successful completion of a minimum of six courses and 18 credits with a PSY prefix. Students majoring in Counseling and Human Services may count up to three psychology courses required by the major toward a minor in psychology. Courses ineligible for the Psychology minor include:
All course prerequisites must be met to be eligible to take the selected course for a minor. Please see an academic advisor for more information. Specific information regarding minor requirements may be found in the Academic Information section of the catalog.