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The UMSL Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program at St. Charles Community College provides the foundation for further training in psychology at the graduate level, the background necessary for graduate training in other fields such as the health professions, social work or counseling, or the liberal arts background necessary for entry level positions in many fields such as business, communication, and human services and mental health positions. To function specifically as a psychologist, a graduate degree is required.

The BA in Psychology degree completion program requires at least 34, but no more than 50, hours of courses taught by or cross-listed with the Department of Psychological Sciences. In addition, students must complete four courses numbered 3000 or higher and candidates are required to satisfactorily complete 13 credit hours in one foreign language.

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Career Opportunities

 

UMSL's undergraduate psychology degree program gives students invaluable training opportunities at UMSL's three psychology clinics, which provide psychological assessments and treatment for citizens of the region.

 

For more information, an application for enrollment or to make an appointment with the academic advisor, contact us today.

Marsha Miller Marsha Miller, Site Coordinator
636-936-8675
St. Charles CC
2123 Admin Bldg.
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
Cottleville, MO 63376
Teri Furlow Teri Furlow, Academic Advisor
636-922-8670
St. Charles CC
2123 Admin Bldg.
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
Cottleville, MO 63376

About UMSL Psychology

The Department of Psychological Sciences has several experimental laboratories furnished with a wide range of psychophysiological equipment. The department also operates three facilities (Community Psychological Services, the Center for Trauma Recovery, and Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis) which provide training opportunities for students in psychology, as well as providing psychological assessment services for citizens of the region.

 

BA in Psychology Course Plan

Fall Semester - 13 hours
Psych 2201 Psychological Statistics (4)
Psych 3820 Cross-Cultural Psychology (3)
SCC—Psych 216—Abnormal Psych (3)
Elective (UMSL or SCC) (3)
Spring Semester - 12 hours
Psych 2219 Research Methods (3)
UMSL Psych Elective 3000/4000 level (3)
SCC OR UMSL Elective (3)
SCC—Psych 230 Social Psychology (3)
Fall Semester - 15 hours
Psych 2211 Bio Psych (3)
UMSL Psych Elective 3000/4000 level (3)
UMSL Electives (9)
Spring Semester - 15 hours
Psych 4999 Integrated Psychology (2)
UMSL Psych Elective 3000/4000 level (3)
UMSL Electives (10)
Course information is subject to change.

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