There are two options for completing a major in psychology.
The two majors are very similar. The 60-credit major includes PSY363 Intermediate Statistics and Research Methods and more elective credits. A psychology advisor can discuss your academic and career goals and help you choose the appropriate major.
Please bring the completed application form to the psychology department secretary in PSY 421. The office will then assign you an advisor. A signed form from your advisor is required for program registration. Please contact the department office at 509-963-2381 to make an appointment with an advisor.
In addition to the above coursework, the 60-credit major requires 14-17 credits of electives in psychology (may include a maximum of five lower division credits). In addition to the above classes, other 300 and 400-level psychology classes may be taken as electives. Not more than 10 hours of PSY 495 may be applied to a 60 credit psychology major.
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