Psychology Core Course Cycle

The Core Course Cycle refers to classes required for the major only. Courses meeting the University’s General Education requirements are offered each academic term. You should consult with your academic advisor before registering for any class to ensure that you remain on track to graduate on time.

The following courses are offered through the Division of Continuing Education. FSU reserves the right to adjust the course cycle as needed.

Course NumberCourse NameFall 2018Spring 2019Fall 2019Spring 2020Fall 2020Spring 2021
PSYC 101 (Core)General PsychologyYesYesYesYesYesYes
PSYC 245 or PSYC 280
(Domain 1-Bio)
Health Psychology or
Sensation & Perception 
PSYC 201 or PSYC 212 or
PSYC 231 (Domain 2-Dev)
Child Psychology
Adolescent Psychology
Adult Development
PSYC 271 or PSYC 236 or
PSYC 263 (Domain 3-Learning/Cog)
Behavior Modification
Psychology of Learning
Cognitive Psychology

PSYC 215 or PSYC 224 or
PSYC 259 or
PSYC 286 (Domain 4-Sociocultural)
Psychology of Personality
Social Psychology
Cultural Psychology
Psychology of Women

PSYC 322 or PSYC 313 or PSYC 369 or
PSYC 370

Abnormal Psychology
Developmental Disabilities
Human Sexuality
Developmental Psychopathology
PSYC 291 (Core)Research Methods INoNoYesNoNoNo
PSYC 391 (Core)Research Methods IIYesNoNoYesNoNo
PSYC 450 or PSYC 460 or
PSYC 480 (Core)
Empirical Research Thesis in Psychology
History & Systems in Psychology
Seminar in Psychology