Psychology

Prerequisites for specific courses are noted in the IVCC Catalog.

WHAT FOLLOWS IS A SAMPLE CURRICULUM FOR FULL-TIME STUDENTS pursuing either an Associate in Arts Degree or Associate in Science Degree (guide sheets in Counseling Center). Program requirements vary from university to university. Consult a Counselor to choose your courses.

First YearUnits
FallSpring
ENG 1001 English Composition I3  
PSY 1000 General Psychology3  
Fine Arts Group II3  
Life or Physical Science Lab4  
Mathematics3  
ENG 1002 English Composition II  3
Health and Wellness  1
Humanities Group I  3
Life or Physical Science  3
Mathematics  3
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement  3
Year Total: 16 16
 
Second YearUnits
FallSpring
SPH 1001 Fundamentals of Speech3  
Health and Wellness1  
Humanities/Fine Arts Group, I , II, or III3  
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement3  
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement4  
PSY 2004 Social Psychology  3
Social Science  3
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement  3
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement  3
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement  3
Major Course - Select a Univ. requirement  3
Year Total: 14 18
 
Total Units in Sequence:  64

MINIMUM IVCC GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:                            

  • Minimum 64 Semester Hours with 2.0 GPA                                 
  • Gen Ed Requirements for AA or AS degree                                  
  • ”C” or better in ENG 1001, 1002, and SPH 1001                              
  • Global Appreciation Requirement (2 courses)                                 
  • Application for Graduation

ADDITIONAL MAJOR/ELECTIVE COURSES TO CONSIDER:

ANT 1000, BIO 1001, 1002, ECE 2005
EDC 2000, MTH 1003, 1008, 2001
PHL 1001, 1005
PSY 2000, 2001, 2005, 206
SOC 1000, 1002, 2001

For Science Gen Ed requirements 1 course must be completed in Life Science and 1 course in Physical Science.

There may be additional requirements for transfer admission not included in the sample curriculum above. Consult with a Counselor to develop your individual plan of study.

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