*PSY 1010 is required for all courses in the psychology curriculum EXCEPT the following: PSY 1540, PSY 2000, PSY 2370, PSY 3000, PSY 3010, PSY 3100, PSY 3140, PSY 3600, PSY 3605, PSY 3615, PSY 3616, and PSY 4900.
**PSY 3615 and 3616 is a yearlong course sequence offered each academic year, with 3615 offered in the Fall of a given academic year and 3616 offered in the Spring. The sequence must be completed in the same academic year and with the same faculty member to complete the departmental Statistics and Research Methods requirement. It is recommended that the course sequence be taken in the junior year and has the prerequisite of MATH 1010 or equivalent.
*** PSY 3600 is recommended to be taken no later than first semester junior year and has a prerequisite of MATH 1010 or equivalent. PSY majors may substitute CJ 3600 , SW 3600 , or SOC 3600 for PSY 3600, but an additional 3 credits will be added to the graduation requirement (this addition is waived for dual majors).
****PSY 3605 is recommended to be taken no later than first semester junior year and has PSY 3600 or its equivalent as a prerequisite/co-requisite.
***** PSY 3610 is recommended to be taken no later than second semester junior year. Note that PSY 3600 and PSY 3605 (or equivalents approved by the Department Chair) are prerequisite courses for PSY 3610.