Experimental Psychology (CERT)
The purpose of this certificate is to provide undergraduate students with hands-on research experience in psychology. Psychology majors who are considering graduate school are highly recommended to complete this certificate.
Policies: Students must earn a grade of C- or better in all certificate courses for that course to count towards the certificate. No more than 4 credits in the certificate may be taken for P/N credit.
Admission: Students must meet requirements of admission to the psychology major in order to complete this certificate.
Major Common Core
Goal Areas: GE-05
Prerequisites: Complete one course: MATH 112, MATH 113, MATH 115, MATH 121, MATH 130, or STAT 154
Prerequisites: Must have a minimum total cumulative GPA of 2.70 or instructor permission to enroll; PSYC 201
Major Restricted Electives
Choose 7 - 8 Credit(s).
Prerequisites: PSYC 211W
Prerequisites: PSYC 211W, PSYC321
Prerequisites: PSYC 211W, PSYC 321
Prerequisites: PSYC 211W, PSYC 340 or PSYC 358
Prerequisites: PSYC 211W, PSYC 325