Neuropsychology, BS


A Neuropsychology major presents a broad range in the integration of science, human behavior and insight into psychology and neuropsychology as a scientific discipline and professional career. Functional brain anatomy, chemistry and biology as well as clinical issues addressing brain disorders and dysfunction are explored. This is a foundational curriculum designed for graduate work which is required to certify for practice in most agencies and for licensure as a private therapist.

Requirements for the BS in Neuropsychology

Psychology Core 18 hours

PSY 2013General Psychology

3

PSY 3033Abnormal Psychology

3

PSY 3303Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

3

PSY 3323Research Methods in the Social Sciences

3

PSY 3413Substance Abuse and Addictive Behavior

3

PSY 4943Ethics in the Behavioral Sciences

3

Science Core 15 hours

BIO 2013Intro to Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

BIO 3321Microbiology Lab

1

BIO 3323Microbiology

3

CHE 1514College Chemistry I

4

CHE 2514Organic Chemistry I

4

Neuropsychology Core 38 hours

PSY 3043Brain and Behavior

3

PSY 3053Health Psychology

3

PSY 3063Principles of Neuroscience

3

PSY 3203Child Development

3

PSY 3213Adolescent Development

3

PSY 3223Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

3

PSY 3503Cognitive Psychology

3

PSY 3514Learning and Memory

4

PSY 3533Developmental Neuropsychology

3

PSY 3543Neuropsychology of Adulthood

3

PSY 4434Advanced Experimental Psychology

4

PSY 4893Psychology Seminar

3

Electives 15 hours

General Education Core 34 hours

(The following general education requirements are covered in the major: Lab Science, Social and Behavioral Science. MAT 2413 is required to satisfy Critical Thinking/Math Competency.)

Total Credit Hours: 120