Psychology Baccalaureate Track

Psychology Baccalaureate Track

The Psychology (PSYX) Baccalaureate Tracks are plans of study for students interested earning an Associate of Arts (AA) degree followed by a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology.

The plan of study requires the student to:

  1. Complete the General Education Requirements for UM and the Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in Psychology
  2. Complete the Psychology major courses with a grade of “C” or higher
  3. Attain 60 or more credits
  4. Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  5. Early in the semester prior to earning the AA degree, complete the Missoula College graduation application with a Missoula College advisor
  6. Early in the semester prior to attending the mountain campus:
    1. Contact the Psychology Department's advising office to schedule an advising appointment with a mountain campus faculty member for the first semester at the mountain campus, and
    2. Complete applicable paperwork to become a mountain campus student required for pre- registration of mountain campus classes.

Upon completion of these requirements the student will have successfully matriculated into the Psychology major at UM with junior status.

Two Tracks: Which is Right For You?

Psychology Baccalaureate Track #1 is designed for students who place into M 090.

Psychology Baccalaureate Track #2 is designed for students who place into M 115.