Nov 30, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog

Psychology, B.A.


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Admission Requirements

Full admission into the psychology program is dependent upon successful completion of PSY101 and PSY276 with a minimum grade of ‘C’ in each class. Students earning less than a ‘C’ should retake any of these classes to achieve a grade of ‘C’ prior to enrolling in PSY 375. (For low grades in PSY 101, and in lieu of retaking PSY 101, students may take the Asbury University General Knowledge of Psychology Test with the goal of achieving a grade of 60% to satisfy PSY 101.)

Psychology Major


Major Requirements (41)

Required Foundations Social Science Course: PSY 101 

Choose 18 hours of PSY courses 200 or higher


[No more than 5 hours of independent study or practicum may apply toward major.]

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Plus Foundations Requirements (56)


Traditional Undergraduate Foundations  

Plus electives needed for the 124 hour degree requirement (27)

Suggestions for Choosing the above 18.0 hours in PSY


May elect to use one of the following as guidance for selecting 18.0 hours in PSY, including recommended electives.

1. Equine Assisted Mental Health recommended courses (29) when combined with a major in Equine Studies


Equine Assisted Mental Health requires declaring a dual major with Equine Studies - Equine Assisted Activities Concentration ; the Psychology major courses are listed below.

Recommended 9 hours from Natural Science, SOC, or SW such as:


9. Student Development Psychology recommended courses (29)


For Student Dev Psych, students strongly encouraged to pursue leadership position on campus as a Peer Educator, a TAG Coordinator or Leader, a Spiritual Life Advisor, a member of Student Government, a Practicum Counselor in the Center for Career and Calling, or another campus position deemed appropriate by the psychology faculty.

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