Interdisciplinary Studies Program Map

Degree Requirements

  • VSU Core Curriculum (60 Semester Hours Required)

    Core Areas A-E (See VSU Core Curriculum) 42
    Area F Requirements
    PSYC 1101 Introduction to General Psychology 3
    ACED 2400 Computer Technology for the Workplace 3
    or CS 1000 Introduction to Microcomputers and Applications
    PHIL 2010 Fundamentals of Philosophy 3
    or PHIL 2020 Principles of Logic and Argumentation
    Select three courses in the same foreign language 9
  • Major Courses (39┬áTotal Credits)

    PSYC 2998 Entry into Psychology Major
    PSYC 3110

    Educational Psychology

    3

    PSYC 3210

     Adolescent and Young Adult Psychology

    3

    PSYC 3300

     Introduction to Behavior Modification

    3

    PSYC 3400

    Abnormal Psychology

    3

    PSYC 3500 Statistical Methods in Psychology 3
    PSYC 3600 Experimental Psychology 3
    PSYC 3800 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3
    PSYC 3900 Tests and Measurements 3
    PSYC 4000 Cognitive Psychology 3
    PSYC 4400 Psychology of Gifted and Talented 3
    PSYC 4150 Sensation and Perception 3
    PSYC 4800 Introduction to Clinical Practices 3
    PSYC 4900 History of Psychology 3
  • General Electives (21┬áTotal Credits)

    General electives courses provide maximum flexibility for your schedule. These courses are based on term availability.