Behavioral Neuroscience (also called Biopsychology) is a cutting-edge subfield within psychology that applies principles of biology to the study of mechanisms of behavior. To complete this concentration, students must take at least four of the following:
Additionally, students must also complete either BI101 - Intro to Biology or BI102 Intro to Biology II as one of their 3rd Tier Core Electives.
Clinical / Counseling
The clinical / counseling psychology concentration provides a foundation for graduate work or employment in this area as well as other areas of mental health and human services. (Note: It does not lead to a professional license.) To complete this concentration, students must take at least four of the following:
Minor / Language Requirement:
Students majoring in Psychology are also required to complete a minor. In addition, the Psychology major requires a completion of two semesters of the same foreign language.