Related Courses


As part of the major requirements, Psychological Sciences students are required to complete 12 credits of Related coursework.  Related coursework refers to coursework that is closely tied to the field of Psychology and the various careers within it.  Faculty have identified related coursework that best reflect career and professional interests in different sub-fields of psychological sciences.

Below is a list of the pre-approved related courses.  All related courses must be at the 2000 or higher level Any graduate level course (except for those in PSYC) will satisfy the related requirement.  Coursework at the 1000 level cannot be used to satisfy the related requirement.  Any course that is cross-listed with PSYC will not satisfy the related requirement.

Students are encouraged to consult the Course Catalog for appropriate related courses.

NOTE: Students who are a declared double major/dual degree or minor in an area where the courses are not related (like Business or History), those courses will be pulled in on the Final Plan of Study to count as relateds.  If a student plans on this but drops the double major/dual degree or minor, then those classes will not count as a related.

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  • ACCT 2001
  • Allied Health (AH)
  • Anthropology (ANTH)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Cognitive Science (COGS)
  • Communication (COMM)
    • EXCEPT COMM 3100 and 3103
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE)
  • ECON 2127/W: Beyond Self Interest
  • ECON 2441/W: Labor Economics
  • ECON 2444: Women & Minorities in the Labor Market
  • ECON 2446: Labor Legislation
  • ECON 2456: Economics of Poverty
  • EDLR 3251: Introduction to Organizations & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3252: Introduction to Management & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3253: Introduction to Planning & Evaluation & Human Resources Education
  • EDLR 3255: Contemporary Labor Issues
  • Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
    • EXCEPT EEB 3201
  • Education (EGEN)
  • ENGL 3420: Children’s Literature
  • ENGL 3422: Young Adult Literature
  • Engineering (ENGR)
  • EPSY 3020: Peer Counseling
  • EPSY 3110: Exceptionality
  • EPSY 3333: Introduction to Counseling and Psychoeducation
  • Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS)
    • EXCEPT HDFS 2100
  • Human Rights (HRTS)
  • Linguistics (LING)
  • Mathematics (MATH)
  • Molecular & Cell Biology (MCB)
  • MGMT 3101: Managerial & Interpersonal Behavior (also offered as BADM 3740)
  • MGMT 3239: Managing a Diverse Workforce
  • MGMT 3245: Managerial Behavior in Cross-Cultural Settings
  • Pharmacy (PHAR)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Physiology & Neurobiology (PNB)
  • Political Science (POLS)
  • Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences (SLHS)
  • Sociology (SOCI)
  • Statistics (STAT)
  • Urban & Community Studies (URBN)
  • Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies (WGSS)
    • EXCEPT WGSS 3102