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College of Science Updates: Bell Hall 100 747-5536 Bachelor of Science Degree Plan The University of Texas at El Paso El Paso, Texas 79968-0509 Psychology - Geology Minor (120/37) Name Address Date Major: Psychology Minor: Geology Department Chair: Dr. Edward Castenada College of Science Academic Advisor: Margie Gutierrez (915) 747-5536 Catalog: 2009-10 At Least C Grades in Lower Division Math Courses & Core Curriculum Expires: 6/01/15 At Least C Grades in Lower Division Courses in the Major & Minor At Least 2.0 GPA Overall and in the Major Academic Advising in Psychology: Contact Department REQUIREMENTS *** Items Subjects Has Needs Items Subjects Has Needs A General Education B MAJOR: Psychology (36/21) (Minimum "C" grades required) PSYC 1301 3 PSYC 1303 3 1 Communication PSYC 3201-3101 3 ENGL 1311 3 PSYC 4317 3 ENGL 1312 or ENGL 1313 3 At least 3 Courses Chosen From: 9 COMM 1301 or 1302 3 PSYC 3320, PSYC 3330, NOTE: COMM / ENGL 1611 may be PSYC 3348, PSYC 4309, substituted for ENGL 1311 & COMM 1301 PSYC 4324 Additional Semester Hours in Psychology 15 2 Mathematics (At Least 9 hours in Upper-Division Hours) MATH 1411 4 MATH 1312 or the sequence 3 C Minor - Geology STAT 2380, 2182, and 2381 Under Exceptional Circumstances GEOL 1313-1103 or GEOL 1311, 4 3 Natural Science ** GEOL 1314-1104 or GEOL 1312 4 Two sequence from the following: 16 GEOL 2411 or GEOL 3412 4 PHYS 2420-2421 or PHYS 1403-1404, Additional Semester Hours Chosen From 6 or CHEM 1305-1105, CHEM 1306-1106 GEOL 3315, GEOL 3420. GEOL 3423, or GEOL 1313-1103, GEOL 1314-1104 GEOL 3425, GEOP 4332, GEOP 4334, or 4000-level organized classes in 4 Humanities Geology or Geophysics 3 Semester Hours Chosen From 3 ENGL 2311, 2312 2313, 2314, 2318, HIST 2301, 2302, PHIL 1301, 2306 5 Visual and Performing Arts D Additional Required Course(s) 3 Semester Hours chosen from ART 1300, 3 ENGL 3359 3 ARTH 1305, 1306, MUSL 1221, 1222, 1321, MUSL 1324, 1327, THEA 1313, 1390, E Electives DANC 1304 Additional Upper Division Hours 7 Additional Semester Hours 3 6 U.S. History HIST 1301 3 HIST 1302 3 7 Political Science POLS 2310 3 POLS 2311 3 8 Social and Behavioral Sciences ** PSYC 1301 (See Block B) 9 Institutionally Designated Option UNIV 1301 or 2350 3 TOTAL HOURS 0 120 This degree plan is just a sample. Your individualized degree plan may differ. ** Although the UTEP choice is larger, this choice satisfies the requirements of the core and the degree. *** Courses marked in red are not offered every semester. Note: The BS degree is recommended for students who intend to pursue graduate work in psychology because the BS requires a more extensive mastery of mathematics and laboratory science than the BA. Training in science and mathematics is advantageous for students who elect to continue in psychology beyond the baccalaureate. Excess Hours: Tuition for 45 hours in excess of degree requirement may be charged at out-of-state tuition rates. No substitutions for core curriculum courses EPCC Transfer Hours: A maximum of 66 hours may be applied to your degree. 90-Hour Rule: Freshmen level courses will not be counted toward required number of degree hours if taken after you have completed 90 hours. C Rule: A minimum grade of C is required for all core curriculum courses, and all lower-division courses All course substitutions must be approved in written by the departments offering the required and requested courses. Residency Requirements: At least 24 of the last 30 hours must be taken at UTEP. Timely Courses: At Least 12 upper-division hours in major must be taken within three years of graduation. GPA Requirements: The minimum overall GPA and GPA in your major is 2.0. If minor is education, the GPA must be at least 2.50. N, P, I Grades: You may not graduate if you have an "unresolved" grade of N, P or I on your transcript. Course Repeat: You may not repeat a courses where you have previously earned a grade of C. For a list of College of Science advisors, click on advisors. For a list of course titles and descriptions, click on the online catalog. EPCC - Transfer Guide for College of Science Majors EPCC - UTEP Course Equivalence The psychology department offers research in the different disciplines that comprise their unit, including Psychology and the Law, Health, Social, Cognitive, Language, and Behavioral Neuroscience. The specific type of research experience is dependent upon the program or research conducted by each faculty member. Contact Celia Medrano, Undergraduate Advisor for Department of Psychology.
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