The Division of Continuing Studies offers the Bachelor of General Studies degree with an area of concentration in psychology.
30 hours from the department of psychology (PSYC)
|PSYC 1010||Introduction to Psychology I||3 hrs|
|PSYC 1020||Introduction to Psychology II (Recommended)||4 hrs|
|PSYC classes from 3 of the 5 areas (see below)||9 hrs|
|PSYC Electives||15 hrs|
|No less than 9 hours upper division (UNO)|
If you are considering graduate studies in psychology PSYC 2000 Careers in Psychology (1), PSYC 3130 Statistics for Behavioral Sciences; PSYC 3140 Methods of Psychological Inquiry and a lecture/lab pair (lecture/labs need to be sequential in order) are prerequisites for admission to UNO Psychology graduate studies. In addition, if you are considering graduate work in psychology, it is strongly recommended that you contact the Psychology Department Chair to make an appointment to discuss those options.
Area Focus Courses - One course required from three of the following four areas (9 hours).
1. Applied Psychology
2. Social/Personality/Developmental Psychology
3. Mental Health
Electives: Remaining credits in psychology (15)
Revised Fall 2013