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1 Psychology Curriculum Planning Guide
Psychology Curriculum Planning Guide Page 1 of 3 Last update: 10/21/2019 More informati on about degree requirements can be found in the FSU Undergraduate Catalog ( acalog.uncfsu.edu ) Bachelor of Science in Psychology Freshman Curriculum Planning Guide and Four - Year Plan Fayetteville State University ( 2019 - 2020 ) University College Core Curriculum (38 Credits) Course Cr . Term Grade Transitional Studies – U niversity Stu dies (2 Credits) 1 Select one option from (UNIV 101/102 ) or UNIV 110 or UNIV 1 11 or UNIV 112 Transitional Studies – Life Skills (2 Credits) Select two credits from the following: ENTR 100 or FINC 100 o r GEOG 1 10 or HEED 1 12 or HEED 113 or PEDU 10 1 or PEDU 107 or PEDU 112 or PEDU 1 20 or PEDU 122 or PEDU 130 or PEDU 132 or PEDU 140 Communication Skills – Written Communication (3 Credits) – ENGL 110 ENGL 11 0 3 Information Literacy (3 Credits) – ENGL 120 ENGL 120 3 Co mmunication Skills – Oral Communi c ation (3 Credits) Select one from the following: BADM 215 or SPEE 200 3 Reasoning S ki lls – Critical Thinking (3 Credits) 2 Select one from th e following: PHIL 110 or PHIL 220 3 Reasoning Skills – Quantitative Reasoning (3 Credits) 3 Select one fro m t he following : MATH 123 or MATH 126 or MATH 129 or MATH 130 or MATH 131 or POLI 240 or STAT 202 3 S cientific Liter acy – Natural Sciences (7 Credits) 4 Select from the follow ing: AST R 101/101L or ASTR 102/102L or ASTR 213 or ASTR 214 or BIOL 111 / 111L or B IOL 131 / BIOL 131L or BIOL 150/150L or B IOL 160/160L or CHEM 105 / 105 L or CHEM 106/106L or CHEM 141/14 1L or CHEM 161/16 1L or EN EC 20 1 / 20 1 L or EN E C 202 / 202L or GEOG 200 or NSCI 111/111L or NSCI 121/121L or PHYS 115 or PHYS 116 or PH YS 1 25/125L or PHYS 12 6/126 L 4 3 Scientific Literacy – Socia l Sciences (3 Credits) CRJC 210 or ECON 211 or ECON 212 or ENEC 270 or GEOG 210 or HIST 212 or HIST 271 or POLI 200 or POLI 210 or P OLI 220 or SOCI 21 0 3 Humanities and Creative Arts (3 Credits ) Select one from the fol lowing: ART 210 or COMM 220 or ENGL 220 or ENGL 223 or ENGL 240 or ENGL 250 or ENGL 253 or HIST 210 or HUMN 211 or HUMN 212 or HUMN 213 or HUMN 215 or MUSI 210 or MUSI 225 or M USI 260 or PH IL 210 or RELI 215 or T H EA 203 3 Globa l Literacy (3 Cre dits) 5 Select one f rom the following: ANTH 210 or ART 150 or ART 215 or BADM 210 or CHIN 110 or CHIN 120 or ENGL 211 or ENGL 212 or FREN 110 or FREN 120 or GEOG 220 or H IST 110 or HIST 120 or HIST 270 or P H IL 211 or POLI 230 or SOCI 150 or SPAN 110 or SPAN 112 or SPAN 120 or SPAN 122 or SPAN 211 or THEA 242 or YORU 110 or YORU 120 3 E thi cs a nd Civic Engagement 2 (3 Credits) Select three credits from the following: BADM 220 or CRJC 203 or EDUC 211 or ENEC 210 or ENGL 232 or ENGL 233 or (E T CE 101/102/103) or ETCE 200 or GEOG 270 or HCM

2 200 or HIST 211 or PHIL 120 or PHIL
200 or HIST 211 or PHIL 120 or PHIL 212 or PHIL 250 or PNU R 21 0 or PO LI 150 or SPTM 210 or SWRK 220 3 Notes 1 UNIV 101 - UNIV 102 required for all first - time students; UNIV 110 required for transfer stude n ts with fewer th an 30 tr ansfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived. UNIV 111 may be required based on academic performance 2 Not required for students with 60+ transfer credits. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waiv e d 3 MATH 121 ma y be req uired based on profile scores. Some core courses require a one - hour lab . 4 At least one natural science class must include its associated lab. Some majors require two lab sciences, increasing requirem ent to 8 credits 5 Not requir e d fo r students w ith 30 o r more transfer credits from a foreign institution. Students do not earn credit if requirement is waived. Psychology Curriculum Planning Guide Page 2 of 3 Last update: 10/21/2019 More informati on about degree requirements can be found in the FSU Undergraduate Catalog ( acalog.uncfsu.edu ) Psychology Program Requirements ( 82 Credits) Course Cr. Term Grade Psychology Cou rses ( 29 Credits ) PSYC 210 and PSYC 233 and PSYC 320 an d PSYC 331 and PSYC 352 and PSYC 360 and PSYC 370 and PSYC 400 and PSYC 422 PSYC 210 3 PSYC 233 4 PSYC 320 3 PSYC 331 3 PSYC 352 4 PSYC 360 3 PSYC 370 3 PSYC 400 3 PSYC 422 3 Ma jor Electives ( 18 C redi ts ) S elect one: PSYC 310 or PSYC 342 or PSYC 381 and Select one: PSYC 343 or PSYC 430 and Select one: PSYC 420 or PSYC 421 and Selec t Nine credits of P SYC electives (any Psychology courses that have not been taken to fulfill other program requirements ) 3 3 3 3 3 3 Computer Literacy Requirement ( 3 Credits ) Select one: CSC 100 or ISBA 300 or EDUC 210 or PSYC 260 3 Free Electives ( 14 Credits ) 3 3 3 3 3 3 Min or or Free E lectiv es: ( 18 Credits ) 6 courses will count t o war d s the minor you choose. Otherwise they count as free electives. 3 3 3 3 3 3 Tota l C r edits 120 Other Program Requirements 1 A minimum overall GPA of 2.0 is required to declar e Psychology as a major. All University Coll ege Core Curriculum courses must be fully completed before acceptance to the online degree completion program. 2 A final grade of “C” or higher must be earned in each course used to fulfill requirements for a minor, electives, or a concen tration. At l east 50% of the major courses (a minimum of nine Psy chology courses) must be completed at Fayetteville State University (on campus, online, at Fort Bragg, or through any other FSU distance learning program). A free elective is any course offered or accept e d by the university that has not already b

3 een used t o fulfill other requirements.
een used t o fulfill other requirements. Elective selection should be based on the student’s academic interests and eventual graduate school and/ or career goals . 3 All graduating seniors are required to complete t he G raduating Senior Assessment after completing 90 or mo re semester hours (including credit by examination), but not later than the graduation semester. A minimum final grade of “C” or higher in all Psychology courses is required for graduation. A minimu m ove rall GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation. A minimum of 120 credit hours are necessary for graduation. Even if a course requirement is waived, the credit hour requirement remains Psychology Curriculum Planning Guide Page 3 of 3 Last update: 10/21/2019 More informati on about degree requirements can be found in the FSU Undergraduate Catalog ( acalog.uncfsu.edu ) Four - Year Plan This Plan illustrates how students can meet degree c ours e requirements in four years. S ome courses listed below may be taken in an alternate order. Courses fulfilling requirements are listed on the previous pages . For information about prerequisites and other program requirements, consult the appropriate C a talo g Program of Study and an advi s or. Students should work with advisor to cre ate and update an individual plan in Degree Works. Year 1 Fall Requirement Course Cr U niversity Studies UNIV 101 1 Life Skills 2 Written Communication ENGL 110 3 Criti c al T hinking 3 Quantitative Reasoning 3 Humanities and Creative Arts 3 Total: 15 Year 1 Spring Requirement Course Cr U niversity Studies UNIV 102 1 Information Literacy ENGL 120 3 Oral Communication 3 Core Social Science 3 E thic s and Civic Engagement 3 Psychology Courses PSYC 210 3 Total: 16 Year 2 Fall Requirement Co urse Cr Natural Science with Lab 4 Global Literacy 3 Psychology Courses PSYC 233 4 Computer Literacy 3 Total: 14 Year 2 Spring Requirement Course Cr Natu ral Science Lab Optional 3 Psychology Courses PSYC 320 3 Major Electives PSYC 310 or 342 or 381 3 Minor or Elective 3 Minor or Elective 3 Total: 15 Year 3 Fall Requirement C ours e Cr Psychology Courses PSYC 331 3 Psychology Courses P S YC 352 4 Major Electives PSYC 343 or 430 3 Minor or Free Elective s 3 Minor or Free Elective s 3 Total: 16 Year 3 Spring Requ irement Course Cr Psychology Courses PSYC 3 60 3 Major Electives 3 Major Electives PSYC 4 2 0 or 421 3 Minor or Free Elective s 3 Free Elective s 2 Free Elective s 3 Total: 17 Year 4 Fall Requirement Course Cr Psychology Courses PSYC 370 3 Psychology Courses PSYC 40 0 3 Major Electives 3 Major Electives 3 Free Elective s 3 Total: 15 Year 4 Spring Requirement Course Cr Psychology Courses PSYC 422 3 Minor or Free Elective s 3 Free Elective s 3 Free Elective s 3 Total: 12