Social Sciences Comprehensive Major, B.A. with a Psychology Emphasis

Course Title Credits
General Requirements
General Education39-56
Psychology Required Courses1
PSYCHLGY 1130General Psychology3
PSYCHLGY 2230Introduction to Experimental Psychology3
PSYCHLGY 3130Child Psychology3
or PSYCHLGY 3230 Adolescent Psychology
PSYCHLGY 4030Theories of Personality3
or PSYCHLGY 4430 Psychopathology
Select 12 additional credits in Psychology12
Geography Required Courses
GEOGRPHY 1330World Regional Geography3
GEOGRPHY 3330Environmental Conservation3
Select 3 additional credits in Geography3
History Required Courses
HISTORY 2010World Civilization I3
HISTORY 2020World Civilization II3
HISTORY 2330History of the United States to 18773
HISTORY 2430History of the United States since 18773
Select 3 additional credits in History3
Economics Required Courses
ECONOMIC 2130Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECONOMIC 2230Principles of Microeconomics3
Political Science Required Courses
POLISCI 1130Introduction to Politics3
or POLISCI 2360 International Relations
POLISCI 1230Introduction to American Government3
Sociology Required Courses
SOCIOLGY 1030Introduction to Sociology3
SOCIOLGY 2330Contemporary Social Problems3
or SOCIOLGY 3230 Social Inequalities
Total Credits106-123

In order to be licensed to teach social studies, students must complete the Social Sciences Comprehensive major with an emphasis in History. Students will also need to complete Middle-Secondary Education emphasis through the School of Education to acquire necessary professional education training.