A Certificate of Psychology will be awarded to students who successfully complete the following requirements (37 credits): 

Group A: Introduction and Fundamental Methodologies of Psychology (10 credits)
Students must complete all courses in Group A.
PSY 201Introductory Psychology3
PSY 313Research Methods And Statistics I3
PSY 315Research Methods And Statistics II3
PSY 316Research Methods And Statistics II Laboratory1
Group B: Foundational Domains in Psychology (15 credits)
Students complete one course from each of the following four domains.
Domain 13
Cognitive Psychology
Learning: Basic Processes
Domain 23
Sensation and Perception
Physiological Psychology
Domain 33
Infant and Child Development
Adolescent And Adult Development
Abnormal Psychology
Domain 43
Social Psychology
Psychology of Personality
Fifth Domain Course3
Students select a fifth course from the four domains above.
Group C: Applications of Psychology (3 credits)
Students must complete one of the following courses.3
Health Psychology
Industrial Psychology
Psychology and the Law
Contemporary Trends in Psychology
Organizational Psychology
School Psychology
Psychological Assessments
Forensic Psychology
Group D: Senior Capstone Courses (3 credits)
Students must take one class. To enroll in Group D students must have completed Group A and B requirements or be of senior status.3
Application Capstones
Undergraduate Internship In Psychology
Undergraduate Internship In Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Integration Capstones
History And Systems Of Psychology
Evolutionary Psychology
Cross-Cultural Issues in Psychology
Research Capstones
Honors Seminar
Advanced Behavioral Research
PSY Elective Courses
Students complete 6 credits (2 courses). 16
Total Credits37

 PSY 495 and/or PSY 497 can only account for 3 credits. SWK 261 and BIO 571 also count as electives.