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Courses for this program are 100% online: no campus visits are required.
Successful completion of the program requires 120 credit hours of course work, which may include transfer credits from other regionally accredited institutions.
The degree requirements include 33 credit hours of psychology courses. To fulfill the remainder of the credit hours, the student may choose an area of concentration in clinical psychology, developmental psychology, social psychology, or neuroscience. It is not required to follow one of these concentrations and the student may devise an individual program with their adviser.
The number of credits you need to take will depend on the type of previous credit earned and the institutions' accreditation and transfer equivalencies. The admissions office will determine your transfer credit once they receive your official transcripts and application.
The chart below shows the courses offered in this collaborative program. This program is designed to provide students with flexible options. Choose from courses offered on either campus, according to your needs and interests.
Courses are 3 credit hours each, unless stated otherwise. The University reserves the right to change or cancel courses as needed.
|REQUIRED CORE COURSES (15 CREDIT HOURS)|
|PSYCH 1000 General Psychology||PSYCH 1003 General Psychology|
|PSYCH 1000 Choosing a Career in Psychology (1 credit hour)|
|STAT 1200 Introductory Statistical Reasoning|
|PSYCH 3010 Research Methods in Psychology I||PSYCH 2101 Introduction to Psychological Statistics|
|PSYCH 3020 Research Methods in Psychology II||PSYCH 2219 Research Methods in Psychological Science|
|PSYCH 4999 Capstone: Integrated Psychology (2 credit hours)|
|Distribution – Cognitive/Neuroscience (6 credit hours from:)|
|PSYCH 2210 Mind, Brain, & Behavior||PSYCH 2211 Introduction to Biological Psychology|
|PSYCH 2220 Drugs & Behavior||PSYCH 2200 Drugs & Behavior|
|PSYCH 4210 Physiological Psychology|
|PSYCH 3870 Sleep & Sleep Disorders|
|Distribution – Clinical/Social/Developmental (6 credit hours from:)|
|PSYCH 2310 Social Psychology 8 week course||PSYCH 2250 Social Psychological Science|
|PSYCH 2520 Introduction to Addiction Science|
|PSYCH 3003 Positive Motivation 8 week course|
|PSYCH 3003 Psychology of Gender 8 week course|
|PSYCH 4830 Psychology of Women|
|PSYCH 2410 Developmental Psychology||PSYCH 2268 Lifespan Development Psychology|
|PSYCH 2410 Developmental Psychology||PSYCH 2270 Developmental Psychology|
|PSYCH 2510 Survey of Abnormal Psychology||PSYCH 2245 Abnormal Psychology|
|PSYCH 3232 Psychology of Trauma|
|PSYCH 3280 Psychology of Death & Dying|
|PSYCH 3510 Introduction to Clinical Psychology||PSYCH 3346 Introduction to Clinical Psychology|
|PSYCH 4365 Psychological Testing & Assessment|
|PSYCH 4376 Mental Health & Aging|
|PSYCH 2511 Military and Veteran Psychology|
|PSYCH 3370 The Science of Mindfulness|
|PSYCH 3815 Cross-Cultural Psychology|
|PSYCH 3830 Health Psychology|
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For MU, this program is administered by the College of Arts & Science
For UMSL, this program is administered by the College of Arts & Sciences