Department of Psychology

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Recommended Course Sequence: Psychology of Children and Youth Concentration

Check all course descriptions for prerequisites before planning course schedule

First Year:
PSY 100 General Psychology
PSY 101 Introduction to the Psychology Major
PSY 200 level courses from the Foundations or Developmental Courses (see catalog)
LAC Courses Mathematics and Writing courses plus LAP 130 should be taken during the first year
Second Year:
PSY 227 Behavioral Science Statistics
PSY 247 Research Methods I (students must complete PSY 227 with a grade of C or better before taking PSY 247)
PSY 205 Principles of Learning
One of two Child Development Courses:
PSY 204 Psychology of the Infant and Toddler
PSY 206 Psychology of Childhood
PSY 208 Psychology of Adolescence
LAC Tier II Courses
Electives
Third Year:
PSY 327 Research Methods II (students must complete PSY 247 with a grade of C or better before taking PSY 327)
PSY 200-300 level courses from the Foundations, Developmental, Biological or Advanced Courses (see catalog)
PSY 302 Psychopathology of Childhood
One of two Child Development Courses:
PSY 204 Psychology of the Infant and Toddler
PSY 206 Psychology of Childhood
PSY 208 Psychology of Adolescence
PSY 300-400 level courses from the Professional Courses (see catalog)
LAC Courses
Electives
Fourth Year:
PSY 402 Current Research in Child Psychology
PSY 419 History & Systems of Psychology
PSY 300-400 level courses from the Professional Courses (see catalog)
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