Department of Educational Administration,

Counseling, & Psychology

Dr. Bob Newby, Head

E.J. Howell Building, Room 320

(254) 968-9090

(888) 968-9945

Professors: Beach, Duncan, Floyd, Johnson, Littleton,

McCabe, Monk, Moseley, Newby

Associate Professors: Albrecht, Cauble, Harrison,

Weissenburger

Assistant Professors: Byrd, Dougherty, Dudley, Higham,

Kerr, LaBauve, LaPierre, Malone, Schwegler,

Rynearson, Winn

Instructor: Gibson

      The Department of Educational Administration, Counseling, and Psychology offers degree and certification programs in each of its three discipline areas. A Master of Education degree in Educational Administration is available to those students interested in obtaining principal certification. In addition, the department provides coursework leading to the Superintendent certification. The department also offers a Doctorate in Educational Leadership. In Counseling, the department provides coursework leading to a Master of Education degree in Counseling and School Counselor certification. In Psychology, the department offers programs of study leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, the Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology, and the Master of Science degree in Educational Psychology. In Counseling and Psychology, coursework is provided to meet the requirements for the Licensed Professional Counselor and the Associate School Psychologist. To obtain information about these programs, students should contact the Department of Educational Administration, Counseling, and Psychology, E.J. Howell Building, Room 320; phone 254-968-9090 or toll-free (888) 968-9945. Information may also be obtained from our web site: www.tarleton.edu/~dpce and from our office at Tarleton-Central Texas; phone 254-519-5464.

THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY

  Semester Hours

University Core Curriculum                                                                             

See p. 40 for additional information about Tarleton’s core curriculum requirements.

47
   
Courses Required for BS in Psychology  
ENGL 2303, COMS 3043 
6
CIS elective     
3
BIOL 2194, 22041  
8
SOC 1013 or 20132; PHIL 1013 or 20132  
6
Minor field of study (at least 6 advanced hours)     
18
Electives (at least 6 advanced hours) 
17
PSY 1013, 3303, 3354, 42033  
13
PSY 3013 and 3 hours from PSY 3033, 3053, or 3203 
6
From PSY 1023, 3103, 3503, or 4013
6
PSY 2013 or 3073 and 6 hours from PSY 2203, 4053, or 41033  
9
Advanced PSY elective   
3

1 These courses satisfy university core curriculum lab science requirement.

2 Counts toward university core curriculum requirement for social and behavioral sciences.

3 See p. 375 for PSY course descriptions.