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Bachelor of Arts
Online
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Undergraduate
Florida Tech University Online
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Note: The program plan below shows a change approved too late for inclusion in the 2014–2015 University Catalog: CIS 1130 or CIS 1140 are no longer listed as required courses; the required three credit hours have been replaced by Research and Computer Literacy (PSY 2510).

Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology

Candidates for a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology must complete the minimum course requirements as outlined in the following curriculum. 

CORE AND MAJOR EDUCATION CREDITS
ASC 1000 Mastering eLearning 1
COM 1101 Composition and Rhetoric or WRI 1001 First-Year Writing 2 3
COM 1102 Writing About Literature 3
COM 2000 Select one 2000-level (or higher) communication course 3
EST 2703 Statistics 3
HUM 2051 Civilization 1 3
MTH 1000 Select one 1000-level (or higher) mathematics course 3
PSY 1411 Introduction to Psychology 3
PSY 2510 Research and Computer Literacy 3
PSY 3012 Methods in Applied Psychology 3
PSY 3013 Applied Psychology 3
PSY 3344 Multicultural Issues 3
PSY 3421 Psychology of Learning and Motivation 3
PSY 3441 Social Psychology 3
PSY 3761 Abnormal Psychology 3
PSY 4112 Applied Tests and Measures 3
PSY 4512 Personal and Professional Development 3
PSY 4712 Professional and Ethical Issues 3
PSY 4901 Capstone Experience 1 (Q) 3
PSY 4902 Capstone Experience 2 (Q) 3
  Humanities Core Course* 3
  Free Electives 15
  Restricted Electives 12
  Restricted Elective (HUM) 3
  Restricted Electives (Physical/Life Sciences) 6
  Restricted Electives (PSY 1000-level or 2000-level) 6
  Restricted Elective (Social Sciences) 3

Concentration (choose one)

Child Advocacy 15
PSF 4551 Principles of Individual and Community Advocacy
PSF 4791 Critical Issues in Child Advocacy
PSY 3423 Physiological Psychology
PSY 3531 Child Psychology
PSY 3551 Introduction to Child Advocacy
Clinical Psychology 15
PSF 4106 Crisis and Conflict Resolution
PSY 3423 Physiological Psychology
PSY 3425 Health Psychology
PSY 3442 Psychology of Personality
PSY 4462 Clinical and Community Psychology
Forensic Psychology 15
PSF 3551 Integrated Theories of Crime
PSF 4551 Principles of Individual and Community Advocacy
PSF 4562 Forensic Clinical Psychology
PSY 3100 Law and Psychology
PSY 3541 Psychology of Leadership
Organizational Psychology 15
PSY 3541 Psychology of Leadership
PSY 3543 Psychology of the Workplace
PSY 4242 Organizational Psychology and Behavior
PSY 4511 Principles of Program Development and Evaluation
PSY 4612 Employment and Personality Testing

 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 121

*Humanities Core Courses
HUM 2052 Civilization 2: Renaissance Through Modern
HUM 2142 World Art History 2: Early Modern to Post-Colonial 
HUM 2212  British and American Literature 1 
HUM 2213 British and American Literature 2 
HUM 2331  American History: Pre-Columbian to Civil War Era 
HUM 2332  American History: From Reconstruction to the Present 

Not all humanities core courses are offered online or every term; check for current humanities core options.