Evening Undergraduate Degree in Psychology
The Psychology program of the Hamilton Holt School provides an overview of the diverse field of psychology along with opportunities for application and demonstration of important principles.
prepare for grad school or a career in psychology
The Psychology program of the Hamilton Holt School provides an overview of the diverse field of psychology along with opportunities for application and demonstration of important principles. The program supports learning objectives suggested by the American Psychological Association, preparing students to continue with a graduate program in psychology or a career path in research, counseling and education.
Requirements for the Major
Core Courses (3)
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 301 Research Methods
PSY 304 Statistics and Decision Making
Major Options (3)
Select any three from the seven listed below. Courses not used as major options may be used as major electives.
PSY 211 Social Psychology
PSY 354 Personality
PSY 261 Learning and Behavior Change
PSY 303 Lifespan Development
PSY 306 Tests and Measurements
PSY 310 Psychopathology
PSY 335 Clinical Psychology
Major Electives (6)
Six electives in Psychology, at least four at the 300/400 level.
Requirements for the Minor (8)
Persons planning to minor in Psychology will take
- PSY 101, PSY 301, PSY 304
- One 200-level major option course
- Two 300-level major option courses
- Two Psychology electives (one of which must be at the 300/400 level)