The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology requires completion of 120 credits,
including at least 39 credits in the major as described below. Psychology courses prepare students for graduate study in academic or applied psychology and for careers in psychology-related human service fields such as social work and counseling.
Students choose their courses in consultation with a faculty advisor. Only courses designated by The New School for Public Engagement satisfy major (or minor) requirements, including psychology electives. Students must receive grades of C or better in all courses taken to fulfill the major or minor requirements.
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