The concentration in Applied Psychology is an option for students pursuing the B.A. in Psychology or the B.S. in Psychology. With careful planning, it is possible for B.A. in Psychology majors to fit the concentration into the major without additional course requirements. For B.S. majors, at least one additional course is required beyond the major requirements.
Three of the following:
- PC 303 Special Topics in Applied Psychology
- PC 330 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- PC 340 Sport Psychology
- PC 350 Psychology of Addiction
- PC 404 Seminar in Counseling
- Other applied psychology course approved by department chair
One of the following:
- PC 411W Senior Practicum Seminar (Fall of senior year)
- PC 453 Internship
It is the student’s responsibility to see that all degree requirements for graduation are fulfilled.
1. Several courses have prerequisites; Please see course descriptions for other details.
2. PC 215W and PC 300 (Fall course) are prerequisite for PC 307W (Spring course) and for PC 407. PC 307W is a prerequisite for PC 410W, PC411W, and PC412W (senior year). PC 407 is a pre-requisite for PC 411W (senior year).
3. Although an internship is not required, it is strongly recommended for (and counts as) a PC upper-level elective for the B.A. in Psychology, B.S. in Psychology and the minor in Psychology.
4. Any course numbered above PC 201 is considered an upper-level PC course.