This major can serve as a focal point in a general liberal arts education with an emphasis on psychology or as a second major to support a primary major in another field.
Students majoring in general psychology must complete all psychology courses, both transfer and NMU, with a grade of “C-” or higher.
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|Total Credits Required for Degree||120|
|Required Courses in Major||40|
|PY 303 Human Neuropsychology (4 cr.)|
|PY 211 Learning (4 cr.) or|
|PY 311 Thinking and Cognition (4 cr.)|
|PY 302 Causes and Control of Aggression (4 cr.) or|
|PY 304 Animal Behavior (4 cr.) or|
|PY 335 Social Psychology (4 cr.)|
|Senior 400-Level Course|
|PY 441 Individual Differences in Development (4 cr.) or|
|PY 455 Psychopathology (4 cr.)|
|Psychology Electives (300 level or above)||8|