WHAT IS PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE?
Psychological Sciences investigates human development, mentoring roles, organizational structures, therapy techniques, and the connections of the mind to behavior. Research experience begins early where students gain exposure to experiments and serve as participants in actual research projects conducted by faculty and graduate students they not only learn about good experimental design and data analysis techniques, but also put this knowledge to practice by designing their own experiments, collecting and analyzing the data, and preparing research poster presentations for a research event that we conduct each semester. The curriculum prepares students for encountering, evaluating, and interrelating research findings in relation to topical areas covered in our upper-division content courses.
HOW TO DECLARE:
HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:
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PSYC 1100 - General Psychology 1 (Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: CA 3)
PSYC 1101 - General Psychology 2 (Potential Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: CA 2)
PSYC 1103 - General Psychology 2 (Enhanced) (Potential Major Requirement) (Gen Ed: CA 2)
ANTH 1006 - Introduction to Anthropology (Gen Ed: CA 2 and CA 4-INT)
SOCI 1001 - Introduction to Sociology (Gen Ed: CA 2)
STAT 1100Q - Elementary Concepts of Statistics (Gen Ed: Q Course)
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