Cal U's Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree provides students with a scientific foundation of psychology as well as in a variety of applied areas. Qualified undergraduate students in the Psychology program may be eligible to participate in the accelerated B.S.-to-M.A. program, which enables them to take graduate courses that apply to both their bachelor's degree in Psychology and (thereafter) a master's degree in Conflict Resolution Studies.
The Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution Studies is designed to help develop skills in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), arbitration and mediation.
Dr. Beverly Ross
The following curriculum shows the requirements for completing the bachelor's degree under the accelerated B.S.-to-M.A. program. Additional graduate-level courses are required to complete the master's degree; refer to the graduate academic catalog for these requirements.
|General Education Courses||40-41|
|Required Major Courses||42|
|PSY 100 General Psychology||3|
|PSY 220 Descriptive Statistics in Psychology||3|
|PSY 331 Inferential Statistics in Psychology||3|
|PSY 340 Psychological Tests and Measures||3|
|PSY 345 History and Systems in Psychology||3|
|PSY 365 Research Methods in Psychology||3|
|PSY 460 Senior Seminar: Special Topics in Psychology||3|
|Psychology Content Courses||21|
|Qualifying students may opt to take any of the following graduate-level courses in
place of psychology electives:
|CRS 700 Conflict Resolution Theory and Practice||3|
|CRS 720 Socio-Cultural Approach to Identify Conflict||3|
|CRS 730 Nonviolence Theory and Practice||3|
|CRS 770 International and Intercultural Conflict Resolution||3|
Undergraduate students in the accelerated program may register for no more than 6 graduate credits in any one term, and in terms when a graduate course is registered, the student may not register for more than 18 total credits.