Bachelor of Science in Psychology
A student who completes the psychology curriculum receives a Bachelor of Science degree and preparation for a career in teaching, business, or law, as well as for graduate work in clinical, applied, or academic psychology. A psychology minor complements any line of study.
The B.S. in psychology require a total of 36 credit hours in psychology, excluding those counted toward general curriculum requirements. At least two-thirds of these credit hours must be 3000- or 4000-level courses, and no more than 39 hours in psychology may be counted toward the degree. Given that the major allows flexibility, students are strongly urged to check with their advisors to select courses in a meaningful order and in relation to their own career plans.
|Total Hours Required for Major
The Bachelor of Science degree requires the student to complete a sequence of prescribed courses in mathematics and statistics.
|Required Math Courses
|Math 1163, Pre-calculus Mathematics
|Math 2014, Calculus I
|*Math 2024, Calculus II OR
|*Stat 2013, Introduction to Statistics
|Total Hours Required
||10 or 11|
Current students should see their Department Advisor or the College Advising Office for a copy of their Balance Sheet(s) with specific course requirements for their major and the Tulsa Curriculum.