Students must meet the general education requirements, as stated below, and satisfactorily complete the courses listed in this curriculum to obtain the Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology. A total of 180 credits are required for the degree. Students must complete a core program consisting of 71 credits; those core courses are PSY 201 , PSY 202 , PSY 203 , PSY 215 , PSY 216 , PSY 301 , PSY 311 , PSY 312 , PSY 313 , PSY 317 , PSY 330 , PSY 331 , PSY 334 , PSY 335 , PSY 339 , PSY 455 , PSY 475 , PSY 255 or MATH 243 or MATH 361 , and 12 credits toward an Applied Experience. Any of the following can count toward the Applied Experience: PSY 314 , PSY 420 , PSY 421 , PSY 422 , PSY 423 , PSY 441 , PSY 442 , PSY 443 , PSY 445 , and/or PSY 497 . Additionally, students are required to take 54 elective credits, and should work with their advisors to select elective courses that align closely with their interests and career goals. Students electing to take externship are restricted to a maximum of 32 credits. All core courses must be completed with a minimum grade of "C" in order to earn the degree.