Wayne State College
Menu
Act Now

Sample Program of Study - Psychology

The listed sequence is only a suggestion. Final decision rests with the student and the academic advisor(s) and will vary depending on the schedule, major/minor requirements, etc.

To graduate in four years, students need to complete 16 hours per semester or they should plan to complete some courses during summer school. Students are encouraged to consider taking a foreign language as part of their general education program. (See appropriate section of catalog.) Please see catalog for a complete listing of program requirements.

CLASS

CREDIT HOURS

FRESHMAN - 1st semester

ENG 102 English Composition Skills

3

Math or Science

3

HIS 120 World History

3

PSY 101 General Psychology

3

General Education

3

 

FRESHMAN - 2nd semester

CNA 100 Principles of Human Communication

3

Math or Science

3

PSY 230 Lifespan Development

3

General Education

6

 

SOPHOMORE - 1st semester

Math or Science

3

PSY elective

3

Minor course

3

General Education

6

 

SOPHOMORE - 2nd semester

PSY elective

3

Minor courses

6

General Education

6

 

JUNIOR

General Education

6-9

PSY elective

3-6

PSY 405 Experimental Psychology

3

SSC 319 Statistics

3

Minor course(s)

6

Choose two of the following:

PSY 402 Learning

3

PSY 403 Cognitive Psychology

3

PSY 460 Physiological Psychology

3

401 Theories of Personality or 470 History and Systems

3

 

SENIOR

Senior Capstone Experiences

3

Continue coursework to fulfill remaining major and graduation requirements.