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Undergraduate Program: BA and BS

Courses

Corrections and Rehabilitation

  • PSY 261, The Alcohol Troubled Person: Introductory Concepts
  • PSY 275, Alcohol Use and Misuse
  • PSY 305, Field Experience in Psychology (with relevant placement)
  • PSY 334, Introduction to Clinical Psychology
  • PSY 335, The Psychology of Social Behavior
  • PSY 361, Learning
  • PSY 399, Introduction to Multicultural Psychology
  • PSY 436, Psychotropic Drugs and Therapy
  • PSY 460, The Substance Troubled Person
  • PSY 480, Psychology of Women
  • HDF 450, Introduction to Counseling
  • SOC 214, Urban Sociology
  • SOC 216, Deviant Behavior
  • SOC 230, Crime and Delinquency
  • SOC 240, Minority and Majority Relations
  • SOC 274 (PSC 274), Criminal Justice System
  • SOC 331, Punishment and Corrections
  • SOC 370, Theories of Crime
  • SOC 426, Issues in Corrections

Note: Psychology students with an interest in corrections and rehabilitation might be interested in options in the Sociology Department either as a second major (e.g., Criminology) or as a minor (e.g., Justice, Law and Society minor).