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The Department of Psychology

The College of Education & Human Service Professions

Psychology Majors Double Majoring in Sociology or Criminology

Route A

Psy 3020 (4 cr.) Statistical Methods
Psy 3021 (4 cr.) Experimental Design and Methodology
Psy 3022 (4 cr.) Applied Methods and Measurement
Soc 2155 (4 cr.) Introduction to Research Methods and Analysis

Note 1A: Sociology Department states that Psy 3020 replaces Soc 3155 and Psy 3020 will count as 4 credits for the Sociology or Criminology Major.

Note 2A: CLA Student Affairs office states that students should let them know that Soc 3155 is waived for the Sociology or Criminology major.

Route B

First take:
Soc 2155 (4 cr.) Introduction to Research Methods and Analysis
Soc 3155 (4 cr.) Quantitative Research Methods and Analysis

Next take:
Psy 3021 (4 cr.) Experimental Design and Methodology
Psy 3022 (4 cr.) Applied Methods and Measurement

Note 1B: This means you have 4 less upper division Psy credits that, ordinarily, would help to meet the 48 total credits for the Psychology Degree. Therefore, you need to take an additional 4 credits of psychology upper division electives.

Note 2B: When courses are near completion students must obtain, complete and return to CEHSP Student Affairs Office the “Exception to the APAS” (the Purple Form) requesting that Soc 3155 be substituted for Psy 3020.

Reciprocal Courses

Note: The following pairs of courses have reciprocity. You can take one or the other to satisfy both departments' requirements.

PSY 3201 - Social Psychology OR SOC 3701 - Social Psychology (SOC SCI)
PSY 5155 - Forensic Psychology OR CRIM 3355 - Criminal Forensic Psychology

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