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1 PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES College of Health and Human Sciences PSYSCI-BS PSYS 120 credits Student: PUID: Catalog Term: Fall 2016 Additional Majors: Minors: Major Requirements (36 credits) A cumulative GPA of 2.3 is required for all PSY courses used to meet major (Areas A-C) requirements A) Required Courses 9 credits (3) PSY Elementary Psychology [Fulfills Behavior/Social Science Core] (3) PSY Introduction to Statistics in Psychology (prerequisite: PSY and MA with grade of C- or higher) (3) PSY Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) B) Select two courses from each of the following groups for total of 12 credits B1) (3) PSY Introduction to Cognitive Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) (3) PSY Introduction to Quantitative Topics in Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 20100) (3) PSY Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience (prerequisite: PSY 12000) (3) PSY Introduction to Learning (prerequisite: PSY 20300) B2) (3) PSY Child Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) (3) PSY Introduction to Social Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) (3) PSY Introduction to Industrial-Organizational Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) (if selected, fulfills Management & Leadership Selective) (3) PSY Abnormal Psychology (prerequisite: PSY 12000) C) Select five additional 3-credit PSY courses numbered for a total of 15 credits PSY and PSY may NOT be used to fulfill requirement. Only one of the following 3-credit courses may be used: PSY 31900, PSY 39000, PSY 39100, PSY 49200, or PSY (PSY courses in this section may also fulfill some Selective Requirements) Required Courses in Other Departments (18-67 credits) Cultural/International Diversity Selective 0-16 credits The Cultural/International Diversity requirement may be met by completing ONE of the four options listed below: The Cultural/International Diversity Selective requirement may be waived for international students. See academic advisor for guidelines and approval Option 1. Proficiency through level IV in any one foreign language. Select from American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish. (3-4) (3-4) Option 2. Proficiency through level III in any one foreign language AND a course from Cultural/International Diversity Selective list. (3-4) (3) select a course from Cultural/International Diversity Selective list Option 3 and 4 for Cultural/International Diversity Selective are on next page

2 Cultural/International Diversity Selective Options continued from previous page Option 3. Two courses in any one foreign language AND an approved study abroad experience of at least 6 weeks in duration, which a) Must take place outside the United States b) Have significant immersion in the local culture and language independent of any U.S.-based program in which the student may be participating. ( ) Study Abroad Experience Option 4. An approved semester length (Fall/Spring) study abroad experience. a) Must take place outside the United States, and b) Has significant immersion in the local culture and language independent of any U.S.-based program in which the student may be participating. ( ) Study Abroad Experience (3) Economics/Finance Selective select from list (0-3) Management & Leadership Selective select from list (IF PSY is selected for PSYS Major Area B, this requirement is fulfilled.) (2-4)* Natural Sciences, Math & Information Technology Selective (NSM&IT) select from Group 1 list (IF [S] course is chosen, one Science Core requirement will be fulfilled.) (2-5)* Natural Sciences, Math & Information Technology Selective (NSM&IT) select from list: (IF [S] course is chosen, one Science Core requirement will be fulfilled.) (1-5)* Natural Sciences, Math & Information Technology Selective (NSM&IT) select from list. Courses that fulfill Core requirements may also be used to fulfill Selective requirements, if applicable. Courses that fulfill major requirements (Areas A-C) may also be used to fulfill Selective requirements, if applicable. Electives (17-66 credits) At least 32 credits of coursework from Purdue University are required at level or higher 120 semester credits required for Bachelor of Science degree Must have lab component unless one of the other NSM&IT courses selected has lab component. (IF [STS[ course is chosen, Science Technology & Society Core will be fulfilled.) (0-3) Social Ethics Selective select from list (IF PSY is chosen for PSYS Major Area C, this requirement is fulfilled.) (0-4) [Humanities Core] select from University list (IF foreign language is chosen for Cultural/International Diversity Selective, this requirement is fulfilled.) (0-3) [Information Literacy Core] - select from University list (IF ENGL or is selected for Written Communication Core, this requirement is fulfilled) (3) (0-5) [Oral Communication Core] select from University list (Recommend COM Fundamentals of Speech Communication) [Quantitative Reasoning Core] MA Algebra & Trigonometry I (prerequisite: ALEKS Math Assessment = 045) OR higher from University list, except MA (IF [QR] course is chosen for NSM&IT selective, this requirement is fulfilled.) (0-5) [Science Core] select from University list (IF [S] course is chosen for NSM&IT Selective Group 1, this requirement is fulfilled.) (0-4) [Science Core] select from University list (IF [S] course is chosen for NSM&IT Selective, this requirement is fulfilled.) (0-3) (3-4) *NSM&IT Selectives must total 9 or more credits. [Science, Technology & Society Core] - select from University list (IF [STS] course is chosen for NSM&IT Selective, this requirement is fulfilled.) [Written Communication Core] select from University list (Recommend ENGL First-Year Composition or ENGL Accelerated First-Year Composition)

3 University Foundational Learning Outcomes (Core) List: PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES SELECTIVE REQUIREMENTS APPROVED COURSE LIST CULTURAL/INTERNATIONAL DIVERSITY (3 CR IF REQUIRED) AAS Introduction to Afro-American Studies [H] The Afro-American Experience Issues in Afro-American Studies ANTH Human Cultural Diversity [BSS] Culture, Food & Health Gender Across Cultures (30300) [BSS] Indians of North America [BSS] ASAM Introduction to Asian American Studies Advanced Topics in Asian American Studies ASL The American Deaf Community COM Communicating in the Global Workplace [BSS] ENGL Communication and Gender Literature of Black America Gender in Literature HDFS Families in a Multicultural Society [BSS] HIST Survey of Global History [H] The Making of Modern Africa [H] East Asia and Its Historic Tradition [H] East Asia in the Modern World [H] South Asian History and Civilizations [H] Middle East History & Culture [H] Latin American History to 1824 [H] Latin American History from History of Africa South of the Sahara Africa and the West Women in America to 1870 [H] Women in America since 1870 [H] Native American History [H] Afro-American History to 1865 [H] Afro-American History since 1865 [H] JWST Introduction to Jewish Studies [H] PHIL Philosophy of Women Philosophy, Culture & African-American Experience Religions of the East (or REL 23000) [H] POL Introduction to International Relations [BSS] Introduction to Comparative Politics Women, Politics, and Public Policy [BSS] Intro to United States Foreign Policy PSY Psychology of Women Stereotypes and Prejudice Development in Cross-Cultural Perspective SOC Racial and Ethnic Diversity Global Social Movements Intro to the Sociology of Developing Nations Sex Roles in Modern Society SPAN WGSS Spanish American Lit. in Translation [H] Lit. of the Spanish-Speaking People in the U.S Women s Studies: An Introduction [BSS] [H] Gender and Multiculturalism [BSS] ECONOMICS/FINANCE COURSES (3 CR) AGEC Economics [BSS] CSR Introduction to Personal Finance Personal Finance ECON Principles of Economics [BSS] Microeconomics [BSS] Macroeconomics [BSS] MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP COURSES (3 CR) COM Conflict & Negotiation ENTR Introduction to Entrepreneurship MGMT Management of Human Resources OLS Introduction to Organizational Behavior Leadership PSY Introduction to Industrial-Organizational Psych NATURAL SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (9 CR) One laboratory component required (indicated by ) and at least one course from Group 1. Group 1 BIOL BCHM CHM PHYS Group 2 ANSC ASTR BIOL CS CNIT EAPS ENTM Fundamentals of Biology I [S] Fundamentals of Biology II [S] Biol I: Diversity, Ecology, and Behavior [STS] Bio II: Dev., Struct., & Function of Organisms [S] Human Anatomy and Physiology [S] OR Human Anatomy and Physiology [S] Human Anatomy and Physiology [S] OR Human Anatomy and Physiology [S] Introduction to Microbiology Introduction to Biochemistry [STS] General Chemistry [S] General Chemistry [S] General Chemistry [S] General Chemistry [S] Introductory Quantitative Analysis Mechanics, Heat, & Wave Motion Mechanics Modern Mechanics [S] Nature of Physics [S] General Physics [S] General Physics [S] Physics for Life Sciences I Physics for Life Sciences II Biology Companion Animal Functional Anatomy and Animal Performance Principles of Animal Nutrition Physiology of Domestic Animals Animal Behavior Descriptive Astronomy: The Solar System [S] Descriptive Astronomy: Stars and Galaxies [S] Great Issues: Genomic and Society [STS] The Microbial World Plants and the Environment [STS] C Programming Programming With Multimedia Objects Problem Solving/Object-Oriented Programming Programming In C Data Structures And Algorithms Internet Foundations, Technologies and Development Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Visual Programming Information Technology Architectures Planet Earth [STS] Introduction to Oceanography [STS] The Dynamic Earth [S] Physical Geology [S] Earth Through Time [S] Introduction to the Physical Sciences [STS] Laboratory in Atmospheric Science Insects: Friend & Foe [S] [STS] General Entomology [S] General Entm Lab Forensic Investigation FNR Introduction to Environmental Conservation [STS] HORT Fundamentals of Horticulture [S] HK Principles of Motor Development Foundations of Motor Skill Learning HSCI Principles of Public Health [STS] IT Biotechnical Lab I [STS]

4 MA NRES NUTR SLHS STAT Applied Calculus I [QR] Applied Calculus II [QR] Plane Analytic Geometry & Calculus I [QR] Plane Analytic Calculus II [QR] Analytic Geometry and Calculus I [QR] Analytic Geometry and Calculus II [QR] Multivariate Calculus [QR] Linear Algebra and Differential Equations [QR] Linear Algebra [QR] Ordinary Differential Equations [QR] Several Variable Calculus [QR] Introduction to Environmental Science [STS] Essentials of Nutrition [S] Exploring Audiology and Hearing Science [STS] Hearing Science Introduction to Probability Models OR Introductory Probability Statistical Methods SOCIAL ETHICS COURSES (3 CR) ENTM Forensic Testimony and Ethics PHIL Ethics [H] Global Moral Issues [H] Biomedical Ethics [STS] Ethics and Animals [H] Environmental Ethics [H] PSY Responsible Conduct of Scientific Research =Lab Course BSS = Behavior/Social Sciences Core H = Humanities Core QR=Quantitative Reasoning Core S =Science Core STS=Science, Technology & Society Core WC=Written Communication

5 Psychological Sciences Major (PSYS) Suggested 4-Year Plan of Study Fall 2016 Cr* Fall Semester Cr* Spring Semester 3 PSY (Behavior/Social Science Core) CC 3 PSY Area B2 3 Oral Communication Core 4 Written Commun. Core (ENGL recom.) 3 Cultural/International Diversity Selective** 3 Cultural/International Diversity Selective** 3 MA or higher (Quant. Reasoning Core) CC except for MA Sci/Math/InfoTech Selective + Sci. Core*** 2 Elective 2 Elective 1 Info. Literacy Core (PSY recommended) 3 PSY CC 3 PSY CC 3 PSY Area B1 3 PSY Area B2 3 Cultural/International Diversity Selective** 3 Cultural/International Diversity Selective** 3 Sci/Math/InfoTech Selective + Science Core*** 3 Humanities Core**** 3 PSY Area B1 3 PSY Area C 3 PSY Area C 3 Social Ethics Selective**** 3 Sci/ Math/InfoTech Selective + STS Core*** 3 Economics/Finance Selective 3 PSY Area C 3 PSY Area C 3 PSY Area C 3 Management & Leadership Selective**** CC Critical Course (should be completed during designated academic year) * Typical credits shown, but will vary with specific course selections; 120 total credits required. At least 32 of these credits must be courses taken at Purdue and numbered or higher. ** Depending on language placement and Option selected, requirement might require fewer than 4 semesters to complete, potentially creating opportunities for additional electives to be taken. *** Assumes Selective and Core requirement will be fulfilled with one appropriately selected course. Requirements can be separated, if student prefers. **** Includes course option that can cover two or more requirements concurrently. STS = Science, Technology & Society

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