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1 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 100 Fletcher Drive Academic Advising Center PO Box Gainesville, FL Fax 3 February 2014 To: Dr. Bernard Mair, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Affairs From: Dr. Joseph Spillane, Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences supports the creation of a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. The intention is to offer this major to students through University of Florida Online. The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology differs from the Bachelor of Science in Psychology in in the overall number of credits required for the major (30 for the B.A., as compared to 36 for the B.S.), and in not requiring STA In addition, this new major would employ a different set of critical tracking requirements, more in tune with the academic demands of the program. It should be noted, as well, that the B.A. is commonly offered as a Psychology degree; this new major is quite consistent with offer university programs, both residential and online. CLAS is eager to see this new major approved. The Psychology Department has the resources to deliver the program, and UF Online has the courses to support students pursuing the major. As a UF Online major, it should not have any impact on residential offerings. We would like to see this major approved in time to offer it this Fall to incoming UF Online students. The Foundation for The Gator Nation An Equal Opportunity Institution

2 Request for a New Major in an Existing Program This form should be used to request a new major under an existing Instructional Program (i.e., UF is already approved to offer the CIP at that degree level). Itemized instructions for completing and submitting this form begin on the third page. Department and College 1. Dept Name 2. Dept Number 3. College Name Existing Degree Program 4. Program Level 5. CIP Code 6. Program Name 7. Major Code, Degree, and Name for Each Existing Major Requested New Major 8. Term Degree 11. Major Code 12. Name 13. Tracks/Concentrations 14. Anticipated Delivery System: Percentage of credits available via non-traditional delivery: < 25% 25-49% 50% or more Request for a New Major in an Existing Program Revised 10/3/2013 UF, Academic Affairs

3 15. Rationale for the Proposed Major 16. Impacts on Other Programs 17. Proposed Catalog Changes Attach a copy of the proposed catalog changes, showing all revisions. Department Contact: Name College Contact: Phone Name Phone Request for a New Major in an Existing Program Revised 10/3/2013 UF, Academic Affairs

4 Instructions Please note: this form should only be used to request a new major under an existing Instructional Program. That is, UF is already approved to offer the same degree (e.g., B.S., B.A., M.A., etc.) with the same CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) code. To instead propose a new degree program (i.e., with a CIP that is not yet approved to be offered at UF) follow the procedures at Department and College 1. Enter the name of the department from which this request is originating. 2. Enter the number of the department listed above. 3. Enter the complete name for the college/school from which this request is originating. Existing Degree Program 4. Indicate the level of the approved, existing degree program. This must be one of the following: B-Bachelor's Degree; M-Master's Degree; D-Doctorate Degree; S-Specialist Degree; E-Engineer Degree; P-Professional Doctorate. 5. Enter the six digit Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code for the existing degree program. The code has the numerical format XX.XXXX. Contact the Office of Institutional Planning and Research (OIPR) to verify the CIP code for the existing degree program. 6. Enter the name of the existing degree program. 7. Enter the combination of major code, degree and major name for each existing major in the program (e.g., HY, Bachelor of Arts in History; TEL, Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication.) Requested New Major 8. Enter the term (semester and year) that students would first be admitted. 9. Enter the number of credits in the new major. 10. Enter the degree of the new major (e.g., BA, BS, MA, MFA, MD, PhD). 11. Enter the existing major code from item 7 to be linked to the new major. 12. Enter the name of the proposed new major (e.g., Mathematical Modeling). 13. If the proposed major would have tracks (for undergraduate programs) or concentrations (for graduate programs), list them here. Note that these must also be explained in the rationale (item 15, below) and be included in the proposed catalog copy. 14. Check the appropriate box to indicate the total percentage of the major s credits that are available via a nontraditional delivery system (e.g., off main campus, fully online, online with onsite meetings on main campus, online with onsite meetings off main campus, or self-paced instruction). Rationale for the Proposed Major 15. Describe the rationale for the new major, what distinguishes it from the existing major(s) in the degree program, the extent of its overlap with the existing major(s) in the degree program and in other programs at the university, and a justification for any such overlap. Impacts on Other Programs 16. Describe any potential impact on other programs or departments, including increased need for general education or common prerequisite courses, or increased need for required or elective courses outside of the existing program. Proposed Catalog Changes 17. Prepare a copy of the proposed catalog changes that shows all revisions, for example using strikeouts and underlined text, or using tracked changes. Note that this catalog copy must include an eight-semester plan for the proposed major. Request for a New Major in an Existing Program Revised 10/3/2013 UF, Academic Affairs

5 Psychology Online Program Formatted: Font: (Default) Times New Roman, 24 pt Psychology is the science of human and animal behavior. Psychology Formatted: Font: (Default) Times New Roman, 12 pt majors receive a broad science-based liberal arts education. As a result, those with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology are widely sought in business, education and certain mental health fields. For a professional career in psychology, a graduate degree is needed. About This Major College: Liberal Arts and Sciences Degree: Bachelor of Arts Hours for the Degree: 120 Minor: No Website: Overview The psychology curriculum at UF provides a strong background to pursue careers in psychology, business, education, or health-related fields, or to prepare students for entry into advanced professional schools such as law or medicine. The curriculum emphasizes the principles and applications of psychological knowledge, both as a natural science and as a social science. The BA in psychology requires courses in four core areas within the discipline as well as elective psychology courses. For more information contact or refer to the department website. Coursework for the Major A BA in psychology major consists of a minimum of semester credit hours with plus related coursework in biological science, mathematics and statistics. At least 18 of the hours must be taken at thefrom the University of Florida. Courses used toward the major must be earned with minimum grades of C. Required Coursework

6 Required coursework will depend on the program the student chooses. Coursework for each specialization can be found below. Recommended Coursework In addition to regularly scheduled courses, the department offers five individual work courses, three involving research (PSY 3912 Introduction to Research in Psychology, PSY 4905 Individual Work and PSY 4970 Senior Thesis), one involving teaching (PSY 4940 Introduction to Teaching in Psychology) and one involving community work (PSY 4949 Community Work in Psychology). In each case, a psychology faculty member or other approved professional serves as supervisor. A maximum of nine hours of individual work courses (CLP 3911, PSY 3912, PSY 4905, PSY 4940, PSY 4949, PSY 4970) can count toward the ma jor. More information Research Research in psychology means asking questions about behavior, designing and running experiments and collecting data regarding those questions, analyzing and interpreting the results, and communicating these results to colleagues. Developing research skills is encouraged, especially if students anticipate graduate school in psychology or in other professional areas. More information; look under Research Experience. Proposed BA Online Program in General Psychology Required Coursework Students in the general online BA psychology specialization program are required to complete hours of psychology coursework with minimum grades of C. At least of the hours must be at the 3000-level or above. 3 credits, introductory level: PSY 2012 General Psychology (or equivalent, such as a general psychology course taken elsewhere or credit by exam for PSY 2012 via AP, IB, AICE). 12 credits, foundation level core: Each of the four foundation areas is an introduction to a substantive area of psychology: biological bases of behavior and mental processes; developmental changes across the lifespan; learning and cognition; and sociocultural (individual differences) approaches/influences. Students must choose at least one course from each area: o Biological Bases: CBH 3003 Comparative Psychology, EXP 3104 Sensory Processes, PSB 3002 Physiological Psychology or PSB 3340 Behavioral Neuroscience* * Students may not take both PSB 3002 and PSB 3340 under any circumstances. o Developmental Changes: DEP 3053 Developmental Psychology o Learning and Cognition: EAB 3002 Principles of Behavior Analysis, EAB 3764 Applied Behavior Analysis or EXP 3604 Cognitive Psychology Formatted: Font: Italic

7 o Sociocultural / Individual Differences Approaches: CLP 3144 Abnormal Psychology, PPE 3003 Psychology of Personality or SOP 3004 Social Psychology 3 credits, laboratory course: PSY 3213L Laboratory Methods in Psychology 6 credits, two 4000-level psychology courses (does not count individual work courses) 12 credits additional psychology courses: Students must choose additional 3000/4000- level psychology courses to meet the 3630-hour minimum requirement (with the exception that three credits of 2000-level courses can count toward this requirement). In addition, up to nine six credits of individual work courses will count toward the hour minimum requirement. Students who wish to transfer courses in psychology toward the major must see an adviser in the department for approval. Related Coursework Statistics: STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics 1 is required. and STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics 2 are also required. STA 2023 is a prerequisite for some 4000-level psychology. and laboratory courses. STA 3024 is recommended but not required. must be taken before or concurrently with any specialized psychology laboratory, and it also counts toward the CLAS requirement of 3000-level electives not in the major. Mathematics: Proficiency through precalculus is required. MAC 1147 Precalculus: Algebra and Trigonometry (or higher course) will meet this requirement. The combination of MAC 1114 Trigonometry and MAC 1140 Precalculus Algebra may be substituted for MAC Biological Science: BSC 2009 Biological Sciences or BSC 2010 Integrated Principles of Biology 1 is required. All majors are encouraged to see contact a psychology adviser in 135 Psychology Building. No appointments are necessary and walk-ins are welcome. Advising hoursthrough either or phone: Most of the foundation-level courses and the laboratory methods course are offered each semester. Special topic and other advanced courses are offered less frequently. Fewer courses are offered in summer. Recommended Coursework STA 3024 is recommended but not required. It can be useful for certain upper division courses. In addition to regularly scheduled courses, the department offers five four individual work courses, three involving research (PSY 4911 Introduction to Research in Psychology, PSY 4905 Individual Work, PSY4940 Teaching Assistance, and PSY 4970 Senior Thesis), and one involving community work (PSY 4949 Community Work in Psychology). Students may enroll in these courses by permission of relevant faculty supervisors. A maximum of nine six hours of

8 individual work courses (CLP 3911, PSY 4911, PSY 4905, PSY 4949, PSY 4970) can count toward the major. Critical Tracking Back to Top To graduate with this major, students must complete all university, college and major requirements. For degree requirements outside of the major, refer to CLAS Degree Requirements. Equivalent critical-tracking courses as determined by the State of Florida Common Course Prerequisites may be used for transfer students. The following critical-tracking courses are required: BSC 2009 or BSC 2010 Biological Sciences or Biology Principles 1 MAC 1147 or MAC 1140 and MAC 1114 Precalculus Algebra and/or Trigonometry PSY 2012 General Psychology PSY 3213L Laboratory Methods in Psychology STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics 1 Semester UF GPA required Complete MAC 1140 or MAC 1147 Semester UF GPA required Complete PSY If MAC 1140 is taken in semester 1, MAC 1114 must be taken semester 2. Semester UF GPA required Complete 2 critical-tracking courses from BSC 2009 or BSC 2010, STA 2023 or PSY 3213L with a 2.56 critical-tracking GPA. Students should take PSY 3213L in semester 3 or 4 before taking any additional 3000-level or above psychology courses. Semester 4

9 UF GPA required Complete BSC 2009 or BSC 2010 and STA 2023 (if not previously taken) with a critical-tracking GPA Semester UF GPA required Complete PSY 3213L (if not previously taken) with critical-tracking GPA Recommended Semester Plan Students are expected to complete the writing and math requirement while in the process of taking the courses below. Students are required to complete HUM 2305 The Good Life (GE-H) in semester 1 or 2. Students are also expected to complete the general education international (GE-N) and diversity (GE-D) requirements concurrently with another general education requirement (typically, GE-C, H or S). Semester 1 HUM 2305 What is the Good Life (GE-H) 3 MAC 1147 Precalculus: Algebra and Trigonometry 4 Foreign language 4-5 Physical Science (GE-P) 3 Total Semester 2 PSY 2012 General Psychology (GE-S) 3 Composition (GE-C, WR) 3 Elective 3 Foreign language 3-5 Humanities (GE-H) 3 Total Total Semester 3 BSC 2009 Biological Sciences or BSC 2010 Integrated Principles of Biology 1 (both GE-B) 3 PSY 3213L Laboratory Methods in Psychology 3 Electives (3 credits of foreign language if option) 6 Humanities (GE-H) 3 Total 15 Semester 4 STA 2023 Introduction to Statistics 1 (GE-M) 3 Elective 3

10 Foundation-level psychology course 3 Foundation-level psychology course (GE-S) 3 Physical Science (GE-P) 3 Total Total 15 Semester 5 Composition (GE-C, WR) 3 Biological Science (GE-B) (if not met through psychology courses) 3 Foundation-level psychology course (GE-B) 3 Foundation-level psychology course (GE-S) 3 Electives 63 Total Total 15 Semester 6 STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics 2 (GE-M)Elective 3 (counts as a 3000-level or above elective, not in the major) Electives (3000 level or above, not in major) 96 Psychology courses (3000 level or above, at least one 4000-level) 6 Total 15 Semester 7 Elective 63 Electives (3000 level or above, not in major) 36 Psychology courses (3000 level or above, at least one 4000-level) 63 Total 15 Semester 8 Psychology courses (3000 level or above) 6 3 Elective (3000 level or above, not in major) 3 Electives Total

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