Indiana University Northwest
notice
Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology

Major in Psychology with a Concentration in Women's and Gender Studies - B.A.

Major in Psychology with a Concentration in Women's and Gender Studies - B.A.

Purpose The Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with a concentration in Women's and Gender Studies provides a solid background in applied and basic psychology along with a focus on and experiences in the psychology of women and women's issues.

Requirements (36 cr.) including the following classes

  • PSY-P 101 (3 cr.) prerequisites for all courses
  • PSY-P 102 (3 cr.) prerequisites for all courses
  • PSY-P 211 (3 cr.) prerequisites for all 400-level laboratory courses
  • PSY-K 300 (3 cr.) prerequisites for all 400-level laboratory courses
  • Area A
    • Select a minimum of 1 of the following
      • PSY-P 325 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 326 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 327 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 329 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 335 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 388 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 407 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 417 (3 cr.)
  • Area B
    • Select a minimum of 2 of the following
      • PSY-P 303 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 314 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 316 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 319 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 320 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 324 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 336 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 389 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 425 (3 cr.)
      • PSY-P 430 (3 cr.)
  • Select 1 from the following Advanced Laboratory Courses which also satisfies the capstone requirement
    • PSY-P 421 (3 cr.)
    • PSY-P 424 (3 cr.)
    • PSY-P 429 (3 cr.)
    • PSY-P 435 (3 cr.)
  • Select 2 Psychology courses focused on women's issues
    • PSY-P 460 (3 cr.)
    • PSY-P 432 (3 cr.)
  • Select 1 Women's and Gender Studies core course
    • WGS-W 200 (3 cr.)
    • WGS-W 400 (3 cr.)
  • Select 1 Practicum in Women's and Gender Studies of Psychology (if focus is on women's issues)
    • WGS-W 480 (3 cr.)
    • PSY-B 309 (3 cr.)

In addition to the preceding courses, the student is responsible for fulfilling the general requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences.

For more information visit the Psychology page on the IU Northwest Bulletin.