Dec 10, 2018  
2017-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2019 Academic Catalog

Psychology - 3/2 Program, B.A.


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Dillard University and Western Michigan University have collaborated to offer a Psychology 3/2 Program. The program is designed to assist psychology students in completing their undergraduate degree in psychology and Master’s degree within 5 years of study. Psychology students must complete Dillard’s general studies and psychology curriculum prior to attending Western Michigan University. The program includes courses taken during the spring, fall and summer sessions.

Complete a total of 138 credit hours of coursework for graduation.

General Education Core - 41 credit hours
Major Requirements - 51 credit hours
Additional Coursework - 22 credit hours
Western Michigan University Requirements - 24 credit hours

* Please note that summer courses are a part of the combined bachelor and master’s degree.

Additional Coursework


Psychology 3/2 Program


First Year


Total:16

Second Semester


Total:17

Summer


Total:6

Second Year


Total:18

Total:18

Summer


Total:6

Third Year


Total Dillard University Hours: 114


Total Hours Host Institution: 24


Total Graduation Hours: 138


*Service Learning: Students will earn a total of 30 service learning hours after successful completion of FYS 101 & FYS 102.

**Community Service: Students must contact the Office of Student Affairs for pre-approved community service project to earn a total of 90 hours of community service by the end of their junior year.

***Writing Proficiency Examination: Students must complete ENG 111 and ENG 112 with a minimum grade of ‘C’ to register for ENG 199 - Writing Proficiency Examination. Students who fail to take or do not pass ENG 199 must take ENG 200 - Review of Writing Strategies (3 credit hours).

****Suggested psychology course designed to prepare students for graduate school.

SUMMER SESSION and FIFTH YEAR at WMU

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