Sport Psychology - Degree Map

1st Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area I: Communications
  • Bus 120 or Technology Proficiency Exam
  • Gen. Ed. Area III: Math
  • HPPE 100
  • Psyc 101: Introduction to Psychology (Area IV General Ed.)

Spring Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area I: Communications
  • Gen. Ed. Area II: Arts & Humanities
  • Gen. Ed. Area IV: Social Behavioral Sciences/History
  • Biol 112
  • Psyc 205*

2nd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area V: Physical & Natural Sciences (BIO 101 preferred)
  • Coun 312 (F only)
  • HPPE 190 (F only)
  • HPPE 209
  • Psyc 211*
  • Psyc 245*

Spring Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area II: Arts and Humanities
  • Gen. Ed. Area IV: Social Behavioral Sciences/History
  • HPPE 329 & 329L
  • Psyc Elective 300-400/Minor
  • Psyc 355*+ (& LS 225*)

3rd Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area II: Arts & Humanities
  • HPPE 340
  • HPPE 350
  • Psyc 410^ (F only) or 465*+
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor

Spring Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area IV: Social Behavioral Sciences/History
  • HPPE 327 or 422
  • HPPE 341
  • Psyc 385 (S only)
  • HPPE 436 (S only)

4th Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen. Ed. Area V: Physical & Natural Sciences
  • Psyc 410^ (F only) or 465*+
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor

Spring Semester / credits

  • HPPE 486
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor
  • Psy/HPPE Elective/Minor
  • Psyc/HPPE Elective/Minor
  • Psyc Elective 300-400/Minor

Notes:

  • Completion of the sport psychology major provides 41 upper level (300-400) credits. In order to graduate, students need 1 more credit (for a total of 42), the equivalent of 1 upper level class or workshop.
  • *offered Fall and Spring
  • +Requires Statistics
  • ^Requires Statistics and Research Methods

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