Clinical/Counseling Track in the Psychology Major

    This form shows the requirements for the Clinical/Counseling Track of the Psychology Major at Westminster.  All major courses must be successfully completed at the level of a C- or higher.  Please click here for the recommended sequence of required, elective and support courses for the Clinical/Counseling track of the Psychology Major.  Students must complete a minumum of 52 semester hours (including support courses).  To make your own check list just print this page.
MAJOR: Psychology
CLINICAL/COUNSELING TRACK
COURSE GRADE
PSY 101 Introductory Psychology  
PSY 201 Research Methods/Analysis  
PSY 271 or PSY 281  
PSY 301 Psych. Assessment  
PSY 341 Behavioral Neuroscience  
PSY 401 Abnormal Psych  
PSY 421 Clinical Psych  
PSY 560 Internship  
PSY 601 Senior Studies I (2 SH) or Honors  
PSY 602 Senior Studies II (2 SH) or Honors  
PSY 637 Applied Research I  
PSY 638 Applied Research II  
Emphasis on work with Children:  
PSY 221 or 222 Child & Adolescence  
PSY 411 Exceptional Children  
OR  
Emphasis on work with Children:  
PSY 291 Adulthood and Aging  
PSY 311 Psych of Personality  
   
Required Supporting Courses:  
MTH 101 and 102 or  
MTH 131 Calculus or  
MTH 141 Discrete Analysis I or  
An approved MTH course  
   
Two courses from the following:
BIO 110, BIO111; PHY 151, PHY 152; CHE 117,
CHE 180; PSY 341
   
   
Recommended courses:  
SOC 102 Deviance  
SOC 201 Juvenile Delinquency  
PSY 231 Educational Psychology  

Last Updated on 7/19/99
By Sandra K. Webster
Email: websters@westminster.edu