Psychology Program

Psychology is designed to meet the individuals desiring a liberal arts major, a career in a human services profession, or graduate study in psychology or social work.

The faculty advisors for Psychology are Dr. Tiffany Culver and Dr. Wesley Wynne.

Degree Plan for the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Courses Hours
General Education
 
English 1301, 1302
6 s.c.h.
English Literature
3 s.c.h.
Advanced English
3 s.c.h.
U. S. History: HST 1301, 1302
6 s.c.h.
U. S. Government: GOVT 2301, 2302
6 s.c.h.
Fine Arts (no performance courses)
6 s.c.h.
Laboratory Sciences
8 s.c.h.
Social Science
3 s.c.h.
Multicultural Courses: HST 3302, 3308, 3313, SPN 3320 (SWTJC HIST 2380 may not be used to replace HST 3313)
3 s.c.h.
Mathematics (MATH 1314 or higher)
3 s.c.h.
Speech
3 s.c.h.
Foreign Language
6-8 s.c.h.
Physical Education
2 s.c.h.
Statistics: MTH 3302
3 s.c.h.
   
Total General Education
61-63 s.c.h.
   
Major 30 s.c.h.
Human Development: PSCH 3306, 3307 (select 3 s.c.h.)
 
Social and Personality: PSCH 3301, 4301 (select 3 s.c.h.)
 
Required: PSCH 4303 and PSCH 4330 (PSCH 3300 may be substituted for PSCH 4330 with permission of the instructor; only for seniors who are graduating in Spring or Summer 2013)
 
Minor 18 s.c.h.
Electives 9-11 s.c.h.
   
TOTAL FOR THE DEGREE 120 s.c.h.
 
Requirements for SRSU Rio Grande College Degree
  1. A minimum of 120 semester credit hours
  2. A minimum of 39 semester credit hours of advanced course work
  3. A minimum of 30 semester credit hours in residency with SRSU-RGC
  4. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better; cumulative GPA in major and minor, 2.0 or beter

Minor

Students must complete a minor of at least eighteen semester credit hours, including a minimum of nine semester credit hours of advanced coursework in residence at SRSU-RGC. A maximum of nine semester credit hours of transfer courses can be used.