Undergraduate

The Department of Psychology offers a Bachelor of Arts degree for students interested in the scientific study of human cognition and behavior. Our undergraduate program offers students a broad training in the science of psychology. With Core courses in development, research, abnormal, cognitive, physiology, statistics and writing. Our students complete the Bacholors of Arts degree well versed in understanding human behavior and cognition and able to think critically about the complex issues of diversity and human functioning

 

Program requirements

Note: Students already enrolled should see an advisor regarding program requirements     

Core Courses for Major in Psychology (28 CREDIT HOURS) for students entering CSU for fall 2012 and after

Coure Description Credit Hours
PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology 3
PSYC 1500 Writing in Psychology 1
PSYC 2000/2040 Lifespan Dev/Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence 3
PSYC 2100 Social Psychology 3
PSYC 2155 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSYC 2700 Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods 3
PSYC 3100 Cognitive Psychology 3
PSYC 3120 Physiological Psychology 3
PSYC 3500 Statistical Methods in Behavioral Science 3
PSYC 4101 Senior Thesis and Experimental Psychology 3

Course Descriptions  (Refer to our catalog)

 

To receive advising or to apply to the program contact:

Psychology Undergraduate Advising Center   

Advisors - SUB 183

Ms. L. Joi Love

Phone: (773)821-2885

Email: llove21@csu.edu

 

Advising Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday: 9:30am to 5:00pm  

Thursday: 10am to 6:00pm (until 7:00 by appointment only)

 

Assessment

Psychology Undergraduate Program

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Counseling Graduate Program

Counseling Program Student Outcomes

Clinical Mental Health
Number of graduates in past year 11
Completion rate 95%
Licensure or certification exam pass rate 70%
Job placement rate of student/graduates 85%
School Counseling
Number of graduates in past year 5
Completion rate 95%
Licensure or certification exam pass rate 70%
Job placement rate of student/graduates 85%
Master Student Demographic
African American/Black male 11
African American/Black female 65
American Indian/Native Alaskan male 0
American Indian/Native Alaskan female 0
Asian American male 0
Asian American female 0
Caucasian/White male 1
Caucasian/White female 2
Hispanic/Latino/Spanish American male 0
Hispanic/Latino/Spanish American female 7
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander male 0
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander female 0
Multiracial male 0
Multiracial female 0
Other/Undisclosed male 0
Other/Undisclosed female 1
Nonresident Alien male 0
Nonresident Alien female 0
Full Time Faculty Demographic
African American/Black male 1
African American/Black female 3
American Indian/Native Alaskan male 0
American Indian/Native Alaskan female 0
Asian American male 0
Asian American female 0
Caucasian/White male 1
Caucasian/White female 1
Hispanic/Latino/Spanish American male 0
Hispanic/Latino/Spanish American female 0
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander male 0
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander female 0
Multiracial male 0
Multiracial female 0
Other/Undisclosed male 0
Other/Undisclosed female 0
Nonresident Alien male 0
Nonresident Alien female 0