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Applied Psychology Concentration

The Applied Psychology Concentration is appropriate for students who plan to undertake advanced work in Applied Psychology. It would also be useful for those who seek future employment in related fields, such as counseling and clinical psychology, education, and human services.

The Applied Psychology Concentration consists of a minimum of 12 credits selected from the list below:

  • PSY2300 Psych. of Personality or 2500 Social Psychology
  • PSY3500 Psychology of Learning
  • Applied Psych. Course*
  • Applied Psych. Course*
  • Adv. Applied Psych Course*
  • Foundation Course*
  • Foundation or Elective*

*These courses must be related to Developmental Psychology. No more than 6 semester hours of the 4000 level offerings may be applied to the Developmental Concentration.

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