Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology
Biopsychology students may be interested in exploring the complex interdependencies between mind and body, and use your knowledge to improve individual and group function.
- Neuro Science
- Forensic Psychology
- Criminal Psychology
- Behavioral Science
Students receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology degree must complete a minimum total of 188 credit hours of instruction.
Interdisciplinary coursework will explore and challenge our collective knowledge of fundamental biopsychological concepts regarding bases of behavior, emotion, cognition and their relation to health. Future professions for graduates frequently involve applying this knowledge of physiology and psychology to issues of drug use and abuse, motivation, sleep patterns and more. Students are also prepared to take on graduate work in fields such as Chiropractic, medicine, nursing, dentistry, psychology or neuroscience.
|Core Curriculum Offerings|
|Area A||Communications & Humanities||20 hours|
|Area B||Science, Mathematics & Computers||25 hours|
|Area C||Social Sciences||20 hours|
Sub-total: 65 credit hours
|Bachelor of Science Offerings|
|Area A||Natural Science Core||50 hours|
|Area B||Applied Psychology Requirements||35 hours|
|Area C||Biopsychology Electives||25 hours|
|Area D||Free Electives||13 hours|
Sub-total: 123 credit hours