McDaniel College Budapest 

Psychology
(44 credits)

The McDaniel Europe program will provide students a rigorous theoretical and practical training necessary for a career as a psychologist in medicine, business, and education, as well as preparation for graduate-level work. Areas examined in the major include: behavioral psychology, cognitive psychology, neurology and psychophysiology, developmental psychology, personality psychology, social psychology, quantitative research methods, health psychology, organizational and workplace psychology.

Course Requirements for the Psychology major
44 credits

Required:
  • PSY 1106 - Introduction to Psychology (Must pass PSY 1106 with a grade of C or better).
 
Research Methods and Statistics Sequence
  • PSY 2223 - Psychological Methods & Statistics I
  • PSY 2224 - Psychological Methods & Statistics II and Lab
 
Two courses from:
  • PSY 2201 - Psychology of Learning and Animal Laboratory
  • PSY 2214 - Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSY 2215 - Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Laboratory
 
One course from:
 
One course from:
 
One 3000-level elective

One additional Psychology elective or 4 independent study/internship credits in Psychology
  • PSY 4492 - Capstone in Psychology
  • PSY 4499 - Independent Capstone Study in Psychology
 
Departmental writing requirement: Students who major in Psychology are required to take
 
Course Requirements for the Psychology minor
24 credits

Required:
  • PSY 1106 - Introduction to Psychology
  • STA 2215 – Elementary Statistics for Social Science
 
One course from:
  • PSY 2201 - Psychology of Learning and Animal Laboratory
  • PSY 2214 - Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSY 2215 - Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Laboratory
 
One course from:
 
One course from:
 
One elective from any 2000- or 3000-level course in Psychology

Total Program Hours: 24

Note: Four of the six Psychology courses must be taken at McDaniel College
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