Students may earn a Bachelor of Arts degree (120 credits) in Psychology (30 credits) by following the standard undergraduate program of Ignatius University and using Psychology as the major. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise indicated.
It is necessary to include the following courses in the 30 credit major:
Psychology 100A&B General Psychology (4 credits each); Psychology 150/399 Statistics; Psychology 151/399 Research Methods; Psychology 103 Psychopathology; two courses from: Psychology 152/404 Physiological Psychology; Psychology 153/513 Conditioning and Learning; Psychology 154/511 Sensation and Perception; Psychology 155/514 Cognition and Memory; and one course from Psychology 156/510 Social Psychology; Psychology 157/515 Theories of Personality; Psychology 158/516 History of Psychology.
The remaining courses may be selected from any undergraduate psychology courses. An Associate in Arts may be applied after 60 credits are completed in the appropriate areas.