PSYC 250 either fall or spring semester. If another psychology course is desired, students may take either a course numbered in the 180’s or an elective if they have completed the appropriate prerequisites. Please note that one introductory course from each concentration must be taken for a total of 12 credits (see college catalog for information about concentration areas).
Prerequisites vary from course to course. Please consult the college catalog for more information about specific courses. Note that MATH 140, Introduction to Statistics, is not required prior to enrolling in PSYC 250, but is strongly recommended. Additionally, PSYC 250, Design & Analysis, serves as a prerequisite for many seminar (PSYC 381, PSYC 382, PSYC 383, PSYC 386), research (PSYC 493, 494), and elective courses (PSYC 325, PSYC 341, PSYCH 347, PSYC 372).
No special recommendations beyond those listed above. Students who choose to go abroad during their senior year may need to attend Linfield the following fall semester to complete PSYC 485 and other courses not previously completed.
Course concentrations within Psychology and other departments will depend on each student’s academic interests. Students should consult with faculty advisors in Psychology and, where appropriate, in other departments.
The following courses are approved for Linfield Curriculum Credit: IS) 101, 181, 186, 187, 188, 262, 352, 367, 452; NW) 101, 182, 183, 275, 285; QR) 250.