College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog Progression Plans are for planning purposes
only; see the catalog for official details.

Psychological Sciences, Bachelor of Science

Progression Plan-Classic Clinical/Health Psychology - Emphasis

Campus Availability

  • Flagstaff

Year 1

Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 101 Introduction To Psychology 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. English Foundation 4
3. Liberal Studies Lab Science Lecture 3
4. Liberal Studies Lab Science Lab 1
5. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 202 Educational And Career Planning In The Psychological Sciences 1
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. (PSY 227 or 250), PSY 240, PSY 215, PSY 280 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
3. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
4. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
5. General Elective Course 3
6. General Elective Course 3

Year 2

Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 255 or PSY 260 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
Notes: PSY 215 is a prerequisite for PSY 406. This course will meet 3 of the 6 units needed for (PSY 227 or 250), PSY 240, PSY 215, PSY 280
3. MAT 125 or MAT 136 4
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
4. Liberal Studies Science and Applied Science 3
5. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 230 Introduction To Statistics In Psychology 4
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
3. Liberal Studies and/or Diversity 3 JACKSPLANNER Notes
Notes: Courses in US Ethnic and Global Diversity are required. Double dipping liberal studies and diversity is encouraged. See academic catalog for details.
4. General Elective Course 3

Year 3

Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 290 Research Methods In Psychology 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis Elective 3
3. General Elective Course 3
4. General Elective Course 3
5. General Elective Course 3
Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 302W or PSY 304W 4
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis Elective 3
3. General Elective Course 3
4. General Elective Course 3
5. General Elective Course 3

Year 4

Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 279, PSY 485, or PSY 486C 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis: PSY 403 3
3. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis: PSY 480C or 460C 3
4. General Elective Course 3
5. General Elective Course 3
Course Description Units Notes
1. PSY 279, PSY 485, or PSY 486C 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
2. PSY Capstone 3
Grade Required: GRADE OF "C" OR BETTER
3. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis: PSY 406 3
4. Clinical/Health Psychology Emphasis: PSY 491 3
5. General Elective Course 3

General Information

Progression Plans are intended to provide a general road map related to the sequencing of courses. The use of Progression Plans does not constitute a contract with the University. Progression Plans are a planning tool to help you define a pathway towards degree completion.

The NAU academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the academic catalog as the official, authoritative source. For a full description of degree requirements and course descriptions, refer to the Academic Catalog (link at the top of the page).

Some courses may have prerequisites and/or require an appropriate placement score (i.e. Mathematics and English). If you do not have the prerequisite course(s) or placement, you may have to take more courses than are presented on the Progression Plan.

If you are an NAU student, Jacks Planner (an interactive version of progression plans) may be available to you. To get to Jacks Planner, log into your Student Center in LOUIE and click on Jacks Planner.