The psychology major is intended for students who want a liberal arts background in behavioral science or who intend to pursue graduate study in psychology. Students can develop an understanding of the perspectives, content, and methods of the science and practice of psychology and prepare for graduate study An undergraduate student at CWU has two options for completing a major in psychology A psychology advisor can discuss your academic and career goals and help you choose the appropriate major.
The 60-credit major is intended to provide a foundation for professional careers and/or graduate training in psychology. It requires substantial coursework in the methodological, statistical and content areas of psychology, while still allowing for individualized student interests and choice.
The 45-credit major is intended for students who are interested in careers that would combine a background in psychology with work in fields such as social work, family studies, business, forensics, primate behavior and other fields for which training in behavioral science would be useful. This 45-credit major can be completed entirely online. Students in the 45-credit major are required to complete either a minor or a double major
Students seeking a Bachelor of Arts degree from CWU must complete one year college/university study or two years high school study of a single foreign language.
|BIOL 101 or 110 or 201||5|
|MATH 130||Finite Mathematics||5|
|PSY 101||General Psychology||5|
For complete program curriculum, visit CWU's online catalog at http://www.cwu.edu/registrar/catalogs.
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