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					GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS                                MAJOR IN PSYCHOLOGY

English: (9 credits) U11-101 (Composition and Rhetoric);      All University College undergraduate students must satisfy
U11-102 (Composition and Rhetoric); and, either U11-211       the same basic-course requirements; information is in the
(Practice in Composition), U11-215 (Professional Writing,     column to the left.
Speaking and Presentation), or a 300-level composition        Students majoring in psychology in University College must
course.                                                       also complete a minimum of 30 units in psychology, includ-
                                                              ing the following:
    *A student who transfers English Composition I and II
from another college or university must consult the Coordi-
                                                              Introductory Psychology Courses:
nator of English Composition at University College, who
                                                              Introduction to Psychology (U09-100)
will determine whether the student may proceed with the
                                                              Psychological Statistics (U09-300)
third composition course. This course must be taken at
Washington University.
                                                              Psychology Area Courses: Five upper-level (300-400)
Humanities: (9 credits) Courses from Classics, History*,      psychology courses as indicated below:
Literature, Philosophy, Religious Studies.
                                                              -At least one course from Group A (Social/Develop-
Social Sciences: (9 credits) Courses from: Anthropology,      mental area):
Economics, History*, Political Science, Psychology, Social    Introduction to Social Psychology (U09-315)
Thought and Analysis.                                         Developmental Psychology (U09-322)
                                                              Psychology of Adolescence (U09-325)
  *History courses may satisfy either the Humanities or       Cross-Cultural Psychology (U09-381)
Social Sciences requirements, but not both.                   Psychology of Aging (U09-4261)
Math and Science: (9 credits) Biology, Chemistry, Earth
                                                              -At least one course from Group B (Personality/
and Planetary Sciences, Physics, and Science. To meet the
                                                              Abnormal area):
quantitative reasoning requirement you must take one of
                                                              Psychology of Personality (U09-353)
the following: Econ 231 (Economic Statistics), Math 1011
                                                              Abnormal Psychology (U09-354)
(Intro to Statistics), Math 123 (Programming in C), Math
                                                              Psychopathology of Childhoood (U09-478)
141 (Pre-Calculus I), Math 142 (Pre-Calculus II), Math
155 (Calculus I), Math 156 (Calculus II), Math 205 (Ap-
                                                              -At least one course from Group C (Brain/Behavior/
plied Statistics Online), Math 210 (The Art of Mathematical
                                                              Cognition area):
Thinking), Math 212 (Sports and Statistics), Math 255
                                                              Brain and Behavior (U09-336)
(Calculus III), Math 256 (Calculus IV), any 300 level and
                                                              Cognitive Psychology (U09-359)
higher math classes, PolSci 323 (Introduction to Quantita-
                                                              Learning and Memory (U09-365)
tive Methods) or Psych 300 (Psychological Statistics).

Foreign Language and/or Creative Arts: (9 credits)            -At least two courses from Group D (Applications):
Art, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Film Studies, Music,     Organizational Psychology (U09-314)
Speech and Foreign Languages.                                 Perspectives on Counseling (U09-330)
                                                              Health Psychology(U09-358)
To receive the Bachelor of Science degree, you must           Consumer Psychology (U09-389)
maintain a 2.0 GPA in all courses taken and receive a         Psychological Tests and Measurement (U09-404)
grade of C- or better in all courses applied to your major.   Applied Behavior Analysis I (U09-444)

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT                                         Additional Electives (9 hours):
                                                              To complete the psychology major, students must complete
You must complete the final 36 units of course work
                                                              9 additional units in psychology at the 300-400 level. (A
toward the Bachelor of Science degree at Washington
                                                              maximum of three units of directed readings or independent
University. At least half the credits for the major and at
                                                              study may apply to the major.)
least 18 units of advanced (300-400) courses must be
completed at Washington University.
University College Bachelor of Science degree in   PSYCHOLOGY (U09)        Advisor______________________________________________________

Name_______________________________________Address__________________________________________Phone______________________SS#_____________________
E-mail:______________________________________Transfer Credit:                                                                                   07/06

                                                                                                                            IN              TO BE
UNITS       DISTRIBUTION AREAS                            TRANSFER UNITS           COMPLETED AT WASHINGTON UNIV          PROGRESS          EARNED

   9        English Composition


   9        Humanities


   9        Social Sciences


   9        Math /Science


   9        Foreign Language and/or Creative Arts

   6        Required courses for Major:
            U09-100, U09-300

 15         Psychology area courses with at least 15
            units from the following:
            At least one course from Group A: U09-
            315, 322, 325, 381, 4261
            At least one course from Group B: U09-
            353, 354, 478
            At least one course from Group C: U09-
            336, 359, 365
            At least two courses from Group D: U09-
            314, 330, 358, 389, 404, 444


   9        Additional Psychology
            Electives (300-400 level)

            General Electives


 120        Totals (30 upper-level units; at least 18
            in residence)
Matriculation                    Updates                                                                                 GPA:

				
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