PSYCHOLOGY: BACHELOR OF ARTS
PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR - UC DAVIS AS OF Fall 2012 (Students who entered college prior to fall 2012 have an additional preparatory course included in requirements for declaring the major: Sociology/Cultural ANT (4).
REQUIREMENTS FOR DECLARING MAJOR: Completion of lower division courses with a combined GPA of 2.50 (all courses must be taken for a letter grade). A 2.00 GPA is required in upper division Psychology and overall UCD course work.
UPPER DIVISION (10-11 classes)
Forty (40) upper division units including 6 core group courses: 2 from two of the four Core Groups and 1 from each of the remaining two Core Groups. The remainder of the 40 required units can be taken from other Core Group courses or Psychology courses that are not in the Core Groups. Non-Core Group courses are called "Psychology Electives". These do not include PSC 197T. A maximum of 4 units of 192 can be used toward the 40 unit requirement. See the General Catalog for further information on courses.
Elective Courses (16-18 Units)
* 2 units credit for Psc 140 if HD 100A or B previously completed.
** Maximum of 4 units can be used towards upper division major requirement (192 has a 12-unit college maximum).
It is strongly recommended that course 41 and Statistics 13 be completed prior to enrolling in upper division courses. Psychology 103 A and 103B are strongly recommended for students who plan to do graduate work in any area of Psychology. Refer to the General Catalog for more information on major requirements and our High/Highest Honors program.
Human Development units which may be counted toward the 40 unit upper division major requirement: HD 100A, B, C; 101; 102; 120; 121 (12 unit maximum).
BACHELOR OF ARTS