Learning outcomes for the psychology major are to:
Understand theory and content of psychology
Understand research methods used in psychology
Demonstrate critical thinking skills
Apply psychological principles to societal issues
Use technology to gather information
Build a community of diverse learners
Demonstrate career planning and development
What jobs are available for psychology graduates?
Case manager for mental health
Crime victim’s advocate
A major in psychology is intended to prepare students for employment in human services in baccalaureate-level positions and for graduate study in applied areas. In addition to completing the General University Course Requirements, psychology majors are required to complete lower-division requirements, major requirements, and up to 23 credits of electives. Lower-division and major requirement classes may not be taken pass/no pass or fall below a C- (1.7) grade.
1. General University Course Requirements: 43-45 credits