Major Requirements The B.S. degree requires a minimum of 124 semester hours with 60 semester hours being in Liberal Arts credit. The major requires a minimum of 51 credits in psychology. A cumulative grade point average of 2.7 is required for admission to the major and to graduate. The B.S. major in Psychology requires 51 semester hours that include: General Psychology (PSY 101) Research Core (6-11 hours) Research Methods in Psychology (PSY 309)* Research Practicum (PSY 407) (may be taken for 3 or 4 credits and may be taken twice) Personality Theory (PSY 401) History of Psychology (PSY 403) Psychology & Theology (PSY 406) Field Work Preparation and Practicum (PSY 450A & 450B) Laboratory Core: Cognitive Psychology (PSY 304) Psychology of Learning & Cognition (PSY 305) Physiological Psychology (PSY 307) Students must also choose: Three of the following: Developmental Psychology (PSY 201) or Child and Adolescent Development (PSY 203)(Students may take either PSY 201 or 203, but not both. PSY 201 is highly recommended for the major). Human Sexuality (PSY 202) Organizational Behavior (PSY 260) Psychology of Gender (PSY 301) Social Psychology (PSY 306) Three of the following: Psychological Testing (PSY 302)* Counseling Theory & Practice (PSY 308) Abnormal Psychology (PSY 402) Advanced Counseling (PSY 405) Recommended course: The Composing Process (CMP 341) *Statistics (MTH 200) is a prerequisite for Psychology 302 and 309. View the full course check sheet for detailed information about course requirements (pdf).