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1 Psychology Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. Behavior is anything an organism does that we can observe and record; examples include smiling, talking, yelling, and marking a questionnaire. Mental processes are internal subjective experiences we infer from behaviors, such as thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. Dr. Kay Ketzenberger is the Chair of the Department of Psychology. During their study at UTPB, psychology majors are expected to gain knowledge about theoretical perspectives and empirical findings across a wide range of topics, understand and apply research methods and statistics, develop critical and creative thinking skills, apply psychological principles to a wide range of activities, learn ethical principles that underlie psychological approaches, demonstrate competence with information technology, communicate effectively, understand and respect the complexity of socio-cultural diversity, understand avenues for personal development, and apply psychological principles in various occupations. Psychology is an extremely broad discipline and provides students the opportunity to prepare for a wide variety of careers or graduate school. For example, a major in Psychology can provide a liberal arts education with a broadened understanding of psychological functioning as it applies to the study of the simplest organisms to the most complex of human behavior. The major in Psychology is also useful for students preparing for advanced study in business administration, education, law, medicine, neuroscience, and social work. In addition, the major in Psychology is recommended for students planning careers in organizational settings (in both the public or private domain) focusing on personnel, industrial training, urban planning, information systems, or pure and applied research; or careers in community settings focusing on the juvenile justice system, adult probation and parole, recreation, and educational or clinical services to children, adolescents, the aged and handicapped. Students who complete the psychology major often desire to enter professional careers in psychology which require advanced study beyond the bachelor s level, such as clinical psychology, counseling psychology, industrial psychology, school psychology, research, and college teaching. Psychology majors are encouraged to join the Psychology Club and Psi Chi, the U. T. Permian Basin Chapter of the National Honor Society in Psychology. Membership information is available from the faculty advisors. Degree Requirements The minimum total credits required for a B. A. in psychology is 120. General Education 42 Credits Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of this catalog. Include this specific course. Biology Either: BIOL 1306/1106 and BIOL 1307/1107; or BIOL 1308/1108 and a second Life/Physical Science Lab Course University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 284

2 For the psychology major, at least one of the science courses must be a biology course based on humans; Anatomy and Physiology would be acceptable. Botany or zoology courses do not meet this requirement. Computer Use All Psychology majors must demonstrate a basic use of computing through the completion of statistics (PSYC 3301) and research methods (PSYC 3404). Psychology Major Requirements 36 Credits Students majoring in psychology must take a minimum of 36 credit hours in psychology. Normally 30 hours of upper level courses are required. Required courses include Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 1301), Introductory Statistics (PSYC 3301), Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3404) and Senior Seminar (PSYC 4393) OR Senior Honors Thesis (PSYC 4394). Also, each student majoring in psychology is required to take at least one course in at least five of the six following pairs: 1. PSYC 3403, Principles of Learning, and/or PSYC 4311, Cognitive Psychology 2. PSYC 3311, Social Psychology, and/or PSYC 4306, Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3. PSYC 3321, Abnormal Psychology, and/or PSYC 4351, Tests and Measurements 4. PSYC 3341, Child/Adolescent Psychology OR PSYC 3344, Life-Span Psychology (Students may take ONE OR THE OTHER of these two courses, NOT BOTH) 5. PSYC 4302, History and Systems of Psychology, and/or PSYC 3322, Theories of Personality 6. PSYC4304, Physiological Psychology, and/or PSYC 4312, Sensation and Perception Besides the required courses and pairs, psychology majors will need an additional 9 credit hours as elective courses in psychology. Students should pay attention to prerequisites for enrollment in some courses. During their first semester, students are asked to make a degree plan with their psychology advisor, and contact their advisor each semester before registering. Senior Seminar (PSYC 4393) OR Senior Honors Thesis (PSYC 4394) must be taken in the senior year. They are encouraged to select PSYC 3403 and PSYC 4304, PSYC 3311, PSYC 3321, PSYC 3341, PSYC 4302, PSYC 4351, and PSYC 3322 from the six pairs above. Students should consult with their faculty advisor for specific planning of additional elective courses in psychology. Students majoring in psychology are not permitted to choose a minor in Child and Family Studies. Students may choose any other minor. Minor in Psychology A minor in psychology supports students who are interested in broadening their knowledge of human behavior and mental processes. This can be of great value in business, teaching, government, health and human service careers. The total credits required for a minor in Psychology is of the 18 credits required must be upper level (3000 or 4000). Introductory Psychology (PSYC 1301) is required; however, if prerequisites are met, the student may choose any of the other psychology courses to fulfill the minor in psychology. Course Listing PSYC 1301 Introduction to Psychology (3) Foundation for the understanding of basic psychological principles affecting human behavior (A prerequisite to all other courses in psychology). F,S,Sm University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 285

3 PSYC 2389 Special Topics (3) Undergraduate courses which will be offered only once or will be offered infrequently or which are being developed before a regular listing in the catalog. PSYC 3301 Introductory Statistics (3) Measures of central tendency, variability, correlation and hypotheses testing, with emphasis on the application of statistical methods to research in the behavioral sciences and education. Prerequisite: must have fulfilled general education mathematics requirement. F,S,Sm PSYC 3311 Social Psychology (3) Interrelationships between individuals and their social environment, considering social influences upon motivation, perception, behavior and development, and change of attitudes and opinion. Prerequisite: PSYC F PSYC 3321 Abnormal Psychology (3) Variables involved in the development, maintenance and treatment of a variety of behavior disorders. Prerequisite: PSYC F,S,Sm PSYC 3322 Theories of Personality (3) A survey of the theoretical views of Freud, Jung, Rogers, Skinner and various contemporary writers. Prerequisite: PSYC S PSYC 3341 Child/Adolescent Psychology (3) Developmental aspects of physical, mental, social and emotional growth from prenatal through adolescent periods. Recommended: PSYC F,S,Sm PSYC 3344 Life-Span Psychology (3) Examination of theories and research on biological, cognitive, social, emotional and personality factors that affect individuals from infancy through old age. Prerequisite: PSYC S PSYC 3345 Child Abuse and Neglect (3) The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the various forms of child abuse, identify the underlying cause of this multifaceted problem, and to appropriately identify the types of services that will benefit maltreated children and their families. The nature and impact of child maltreatment, the ways in which society prevents or responds to it, and the system of response to child maltreatment are addressed. F,S PSYC 3350 Positive Psychology (3) This course will focus on psychological strengths and areas of personal growth among individuals, such as love, optimism, and self-efficacy. PSYC 3386 Human Sexuality (3) This course is designed to study the social nature of sexual expression. It examines the concepts that help frame questions about a wide range of sexual behaviors, attitudes and ideals. PSYC 3391 Contract Study (3) Students who are pursuing independent study or research as described in the contract study format. F,S PSYC 3403 Principles of Learning (4) Major research results of classical and instrumental conditioning in animals and humans. Verbal learning, concept learning, problem solving and memory in humans will also be reviewed. Prerequisite: PSYC S University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 286

4 PSYC 3404 Experimental Psychology (4) Introduction to the planning and execution of psychological research. Prerequisites: PSYC 1301, F,S PSYC 4302 History and Systems of Psychology (3) Major factors affecting the development of psychology as science of behavior, with emphasis upon philosophical roots of major psychological concepts. Prerequisite: PSYC F PSYC 4304 Physiological Psychology (3) Neurophysiology and neuroanatomy. Variables that contribute to behavioral effects in the areas of sensation, perception, motivation and learning. Prerequisite: PSYC S PSYC 4305 Drugs and Behavior (3) Pharmacologic basis of psychotropic drugs and their associated abuses. Theories of cause and treatment of abusers are reviewed. Prerequisite: PSYC F,S,Sm PSYC 4306 Industrial and Organizational Psychology (3) Applications of psychological principles to industrial problems such as personnel selection and appraisal, employee motivation and satisfaction, and the influence of organizations on behavior. Sm PSYC 4307 Health Psychology (3) Examination of the role of behavioral science knowledge and techniques in understanding, assessing, testing and preventing medical-psychological and social problems. Prerequisite: PSYC 1301 or approval of Instructor. F PSYC 4308 Introduction to Counseling (3) An introduction to counseling skills and practices in psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC S PSYC 4311 Cognitive Psychology (3) Research and theories of cognitive processes, including concept learning, problem solving, memory, attention, and language development and maintenance. Prerequisite: PSYC F PSYC 4312 Sensation and Perception (3) Study of the structures and functions of the sensory modalities within the environmental context, emphasizing perceptual issues and psychophysics. Prerequisite: PSYC F PSYC 4320 Psychology of Sport (3) Concepts in psychology as applied to an individual s involvement in sport and other forms of competitive physical activity. Emphasis on motivation, stress management, personality theory, performance enhancement and group dynamics. F PSYC 4341 The Exceptional Child (3) This course presents the preservice teacher with a general overview of exceptionalities of children and youth to include characteristics, etiology, and educational programs and practices. Topics will also include historical and legislative events affecting special education and an overview of the special education process including referral, screening, assessment, and educational planning. A field experience is included. Co/prerequisite: PSYC 3341.F,S,Sm PSYC 4345 Language Development In the Young Child (3) This course studies the nature of language and the acquisition of language by the young child. Topics included are: (1) language structure, (2) sequence and process of the acquisition of language, (3) cognitive aspects of language acquisition and implementation, (4) social aspects of language in childhood, and (5) language variation. Prerequisite: PSYC 3341 or permission of instructor. F,S University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 287

5 PSYC 4351 Tests and Measurements (3) Major personality and intelligence tests, emphasis upon their construction, administration, scoring and interpretation. Prerequisites: PSYC 1301, S PSYC 4354 Animal Behavior (3) Overview of the ecological, evolutionary, and genetic aspects of animal behavior. Prerequisites: BIOL 1306/1106, 1307/1107, PSYC PSYC 4355 Psychology of Injury (3) Identification of the psychosocial factors related to the prevention of and recovery from athletic injuries and the development of counseling and referral skills needed when working with athletes and others in the sports medicine environment. PSYC 4375 Psychology and Law (3) Examines psychological theories relevant to the law and other forensic activities and their use in society. Prerequisite: PSYC S PSYC 4381 Gender Studies (3) Survey of critical issues in social relations, mental health, and legal matters involving gender. Includes analysis of innate and environmental determinants of gender differences. Prerequisite: PSYC F PSYC 4389 Selected Topics (3) Undergraduate courses which will be offered only once or will be offered infrequently or which are being developed before a regular listing in the catalog. May be acceptable for graduate credit. F,S PSYC 4393 Senior Seminar (3) A capstone course that provides an in-depth examination of a contemporary issue in psychology. Course topics (i.e., social, clinical, developmental, cognitive, or controversial topics in psychology) and assignments may vary. This course is writing intensive. The seminar format requires that students make regular and substantial contributions to the course, analyze, evaluate, and integrate the professional literature, and design and justify a research study. Prerequisites: PSYC PSYC 4394 Senior Honors Thesis (3) Students interested in graduate studies in psychology, or interested in testing specific research questions, will develop hypotheses, design, collect, analyze and disseminate research under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Students are encouraged to present their work at the annual undergraduate research symposium. Prerequisites: PSYC 3404 and approval of faculty mentor. Course fulfills general education requirements. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 288

6 DEGREE PLAN: BA IN PSYCHOLOGY NAME: UID: GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (42 credits): Communication, ENGL1301 & 1302 (6 sch) Language, Philosophy and Culture, ENGL 2322, 2323, 2327, 2328; COMM 1301 (3 sch) American History, HIST 1301, 1302 (6 sch) Gov ment/political Science, PLSC 2305 & 2306 (6 sch) Life/Physical Science, BIOL 1306/1106 or BIOL 1308/1108, or A & P w/lab, and second Life/Physical Science w/lab (8 sch) Mathematics, MATH 1314, 1324, 1332, 2412 (3 or 4 sch) Creative Arts (3 sch) Social Science, (3 sch other than Psychology) Component Area Option, COMM 1315 (3 sch) Component Area Option, COMM 1115 (1 sch, if MATH is 3 sch) MINOR: A minimum of 18 credits is required for the minor. At least 12 hours must be at the junior/senior level. Psychology majors cannot minor in Child and Family Studies. Courses Taken (number & title): GRADE CREDIT HOURS HOURS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS Freshman/Sophomore credits transferred Junior/Senior credits transferred.... Total credits transferred.. NOTES ON GRADUATING: 1. Read the UTPB catalog and understand all requirements for the B. A. degree. It is the student s responsibility to be familiar with and fulfill all the requirements for the B. A. degree. 2. Complete at least 120 semester credit hours for the B.A. degree. 3. At least 48credits must be at the junior or senior level. At least 30 of these must be completed at U. T. Permian Basin. 4. Obtain at least a C average in all General Education and minor courses, and at least a C grade for all courses in Psychology counting towards the degree. Maintain at least a C average in all courses counting toward the B. A. degree. 5. As of 2007, students enrolled in a Texas public institution of higher education as a freshman are not permitted to drop more than six (6) courses during their entire undergraduate career, including all transfer work taken at a Texas institution. (TX Administrative Code 4.10). PSYCHOLOGY REQUIREMENTS: (A minimum of 36 credits in Psychology, (of which 30sch must be upper level) A. REQUIRED CORE, credits minimum (4 courses): PSYC 1301, Introduction to Psychology PSYC 3301, Introductory Statistics PSYC 3404, Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3301 prereq) PSYC 4393, Senior Seminar OR PSYC 4394, Senior Honors Thesis (Senior standing and PSYC 3301 and 3404 prereqs) B. REQUIRED COURSES WITHIN PAIRS OF COURSES, credits (5 courses). Each student is required to take at least one course from five of the following six pairs of courses. (PSYC 1301 is a prerequisite for all upper level PSYC courses): PSYC 3403, Principles of Learning, AND/OR PSYC 4311, Cognitive Psychology PSYC 3311, Social Psychology, AND/OR PSYC 4306, Industrial/Organizational Psychology PSYC 3321, Abnormal Psychology, AND/OR PSYC 4351, Tests and Measurement (PSYC 3301 prereq) PSYC 3341, Child/Adolescent Psychology, OR PSYC 3344, Lifespan Development (students may take ONLY ONE of these two courses, NOT BOTH) PSYC 4302, History and Systems of Psychology,AND/OR PSYC 3322 Theories of Personality PSYC 4304, Physiological Psychology, AND/OR PSYC 4312, Sensation and Perception C. ELECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY COURSES, 9 credits (3 courses) If the student completes extra courses under B above, then the extra courses may be counted as an elective under C. PSYC 3350 Positive Psychology PSYC 3386 Human Sexuality PSYC 4305 Drugs and Behavior PSYC 4307 Health Psychology PSYC 4308, Introduction to Counseling PSYC 4320 Psychology of Sport PSYC 4341 The Exceptional Child PSYC 4345 Language Development in the Young Child PSYC 4355, Psychology of Injury PSYC 4375, Psychology of Law PSYC 4381 Gender Studies PSYC 4389 Selected Topics, title: To plan your long-term schedule it will be beneficial to know that PSYC 1301, 3301, 3404 and 4393 are taught each Fall and Spring and some Summers. The members of most of the six required pairs under B are offered in such a fashion that one member of each pair is offered each Fall and Spring semester. If one is taught in the Fall, the other tends to be taught in the Spring. Students majoring in Psychology who plan to pursue advanced study in psychology are encouraged to select PSYC 3403, 3311, 3321, 3322, 3341, 4302, 4304, and 4351 from the choices above. D. Other Electives (10-11 credits; to total 120 credits) Student s Signature Adviser s Signature rev 9/2014 University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 289

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