Student track team

MSBS: General Psychology Track - PT - Option 5

Mostly Part Time with Summers | One Online and One Night Course Most Semesters

Start ODD Spring
YearFallSpringSummer
1 5000 Seminar
5003 Ethics (night)
5053 Statistics (online)
5203 Human Develop (online)


2 Full Time this Semester:
5013 Research methods (online)
5243 Adv. Psych Person (night)
Elective: (5043 Human Sexuality at night OR 5433 Counseling Th online)
5363 Psychopathology (online)
Elective: 5223 Psy. of Aging (night)
5413 Adv. Human Cog (online)

3 5583 Adv. Social Psy (night)
5383 Social & Cultural Found (online)
Apply for comp

Take comp

While this is the current projected rotation, it is subject to change.

  1. Most day classes meet from 11:00-1:45; most night classes meet 6:30-9:15.
  2. Failure to complete a course in the designated semester will likely delay projected graduation.
  3. Courses in brackets re not likely to qualify for financial assistance.
  4. It is the student's responsibility to now if/when he/she qualifies for financial assistance.
  5. Students have a maximum of 6 years to complete the degree.
  6. Students must pass the comprehensive exam to earn the MSBS degree.
  7. Students who graduate under this track do not have a qualifying degree for licensure as an LPC or LMFT.







Start EVEN Spring
YearFallSpringSummer
1 5000 Seminar
5003 Ethics (online)
5053 Statistics (night)
5203 Human Develop (online)


2 Full Time this Semester:
5013 Research methods (night)
5243 Adv. Psych Person (online)
Elective: (5043 Human Sexuality at night OR 5433 Counseling Th at night 2-2018/online 2020+)
5363 Psychopathology (night)
Elective: 5223 Psy. of Aging (online)
5413 Adv. Human Cog (online)

3 5583 Adv. Social Psy (online)
5383 Social & Cultural Found (night)
Apply for comp

Take comp

While this is the current projected rotation, it is subject to change.

  1. Most day classes meet from 11:00-1:45; most night classes meet 6:30-9:15.
  2. Failure to complete a course in the designated semester will likely delay projected graduation.
  3. Courses in brackets re not likely to qualify for financial assistance.
  4. It is the student's responsibility to now if/when he/she qualifies for financial assistance.
  5. Students have a maximum of 6 years to complete the degree.
  6. Students must pass the comprehensive exam to earn the MSBS degree.
  7. Students who graduate under this track do not have a qualifying degree for licensure as an LPC or LMFT.