Students in the psychology major can specialize in general psychology or behavioral and cognitive neuroscience.
Students in the psychology major can specialize in general psychology or behavioral and cognitive neuroscience.Both specializations require coursework in psychology, statistics, mathematics, and biology, and both offer the option to conduct a senior honors thesis if desired.
All courses available to students are listed in the table; however, students choose six credits in core psychology natural sciences, six credits of core psychology social sciences and three-to-four credits in psychological research methodology, design and analysis.
Organizational psychology is a very diverse field, with companies and organizations large and small employing these specialists.
Psychology is the science of human and animal behavior.
Psychology majors receive a broad science-based liberal arts education.
Courses used toward the major must be earned with minimum grades of C.
Required coursework will depend on the program the student chooses.
The specializations vary in the specific courses necessary to complete the degree requirements.
General psychology requires courses in four core areas within the discipline as well as elective psychology courses.
Undergraduate preparation for an industrial-organizational psychology graduate program can take one of two forms.
Ideally, you’ll want to look for a program that offers focused BA or BS degrees in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, but such programs are few and far between.