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Relations), 365 (Sexualities), 367 (Self and Identity); or GSS 171 (Gender, Power, and
Identity). Depending on the specific programs of students, other courses may be
considered on a case by case basis.

Psychological Scientist
This program of study is recommended for students who are considering graduate study in
biological, learning, cognitive, or other subfields of psychology in which biological and/or
quantitative factors are important, as well as for those interested in neuroscience or health-
related careers.

1. Four foundation courses PSY 161, PSY 292, PSY 392, and STA 201 or 347-348 for all
    majors ;

2. One course in personality/social psychology selected from PSY 274, 276, 279, 282
    (formerly 381), or 382;

3. One course in experimental psychology selected from PSY 361 (formerly 272), 362
    (formerly 273), or 370;

4. One course in developmental psychology selected from PSY 245, 277, 278, or 386;
5. One course in biological processes selected from PSY 363 (formerly 281), 344, 378, 383,

    or relevant topics courses in psychology;
6. One elective course in psychology;
7. STA 202 (Statistical Methods II);
8. Capstone course: PSY 483; and
9. Two courses in the wider scientific and quantitative context: BIO 141 (Foundations:

    Cellular Biology), 142 (Foundations: Organismal Biology); CHE 121, 122 (Chemical
    Principles I and II), 161 (Accelerated General Chemistry); or MAT 120 or 121 (Calculus of
    a Single Variable). Depending on the specific programs of students, other courses may be

    considered on a case by case basis.

Psychological Services
This program of study prepares students for entry-level work in psychological and human
services following the completion of their undergraduate degree, and provides a foundation
for those planning to pursue a master's degree program in an applied area of psychology or a
related field. Students who plan to pursue doctoral level graduate study in psychology or
related fields are strongly urged to complete the Psychology Specialist or the Psychological
Scientist concentration.

1. Three foundation courses : PSY 161, PSY 292, and STA 201 or 347-348;
2. One course on theoretical foundations for practice selected from PSY 279 or 282

    (formerly 381);
3. One course in developmental psychology selected from PSY 245, 277, 278, or 386;
4. One course relevant to diversity selected from PSY 276, 374, EDU 240 (Education and

    Culture), EST 123 (Introduction to Ethnic Studies), or GSS 171 (Gender, Power and
    Identity);
5. One course in an area of practice or applied psychology selected from PSY 283 (formerly
    377), 379, 382, 383, or relevant topics courses;
6. Two elective courses in psychology;
7. Capstone experience: PSY 395 or 483; and
8. Three courses in the wider context selected from: ANT 101 (Cultural Anthropology); ECB
    101 (Macroeconomics), 102 (Microeconomics); EDU 215 (Educational Psychology), 230

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