Psychological Sciences

College of Health and Human Sciences

Psychological sciences provides a broad overview of many of the sub-fields of psychology. Courses focus on: clinical psychology (mental illness and behavioral problems), cognitive psychology (memory, thinking and reasoning), developmental psychology (human growth and aging), industrial/organizational psychology (how people work together), behavioral neuroscience (biological bases of behavior), social psychology (thoughts and behavior in social situations), learning and motivation, statistics and mathematical models of behavior.

Students begin with pre-psychological sciences major status and after successfully completing four required psychological sciences courses with a GPA of at least 2.5, proceed to the upper-level courses.

 

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Plan of Study

 

Transfer GPA and Course Requirements

Purdue admits to individual majors. To be considered for admission as a college transfer student, applicants must meet minimum GPA requirements for their desired major. In addition, some majors have course requirements. Requirements for this major are posted below (unless the program is closed to transfers).

Minimum GPA: 2.5

 


 

Contact Information


hhsundergrad@purdue.edu
Phone: 765-494-8533

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