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.
Gainful Employment Program Information
The program is a Gainful Employment program regulated by the U.S. Department of Education. The U.S. Department of Education requires additional information be provided to you about this certificate program. For more information follow these links:
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