Department of Psychology

Degree Audit Forms

  • B.A. in History: PDF | Excel
  • B.A. in History with a Minor in Secondary Education: PDF | Excel
  • B.S. in Criminal Justice: PDF | Excel
  • B.S. in Psychology: PDF | Excel

Degree Details

Bachelor of General Studies with Concentration in Psychology

Program Type:

The Bachelor of General Studies degree program is designed for students interested in interdisciplinary education. The degree program includes a core academic base and allows for flexibility in selecting an area of concentration. The program is especially valuable for students who wish to

  1. help design their own course of study in a degree program;
  2. change college majors late in their academic careers;
  3. return to college as mature students with new career interests;
  4. attend college irregularly or at night; or
  5. pursue a non-traditional degree program for personal enrichment and satisfaction.

100% Online Degree Program Available - Learn More

Student Learning Outcomes

The student learning outcomes for the Bachelor of General Studies are presented below:

  1. Graduates will demonstrate good citizenship and civic involvement.
  2. Graduates will be able to process scientific information.
  3. Graduates will attend or participate in artistic or cultural events.
  4. Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of history.
  5. Graduates will exhibit critical thinking ability.
  6. Graduates will write effectively.

Admission Requirements

Students must meet all requirements for admission to the university found on our Applying for Admissions site. The Bachelor of General Studies program has no separate or special admission requirements.

Degree Requirements

  1. Students must complete all of the requirements pertaining to baccalaureate degrees as specified on our Academic Requirements site.
  2. Students must complete at least 45 semester hours at the 3000 level or above and at least 15 semester hours at the 4000 level.
  3. Students must declare a 27-hour Area of Concentration and two 12-hour Enrichment Blocks during their first semester of enrollment in the program. Their initial selection of both the Area of Concentration and Enrichment Blocks can be changed subsequently.
  4. Of the 27 hours required by the Area of Concentration, nine must be at the 3000-4000 level.
  5. Students are required to make a “C” or higher in all courses applied toward the Area of Concentration.
Additional Requirements for Concentration in Psychology

Students pursuing the psychology concentration must take the following courses:

  • General Education Social Sciences must include: PSYC 3001
  • Concentration courses must include:
    • PSYC 2000
    • PSYC 2525
    • PSYC 3017
    • PSYC 3800
  • Electives must include: PSYC 2900


  • Psychology
  • Bachelor Degrees