Marylhurst Psychology students,

We in the School of Psychological Science are working to ease your transition to finish your BA Psychology degree in a way that works for your schedule and location.

Whether you are looking to finish a BA Psychology degree fully online from wherever you call home, or to complete your degree with once-a-week hybrid classes, career support, and internships in Portland, or a combination of two, we have options for you.

Starting Fall 2018, the School of Psychological Science will offer newly-designed, transfer-friendly, and career-ready courses fully online and in Portland.

Look for these courses available either fully online or Portland hybrid courses with once-a-week meetings in 2018-19:

  • PSY 399 Psychological Statistics (4)
  • PSY 301 Research Methods (4)
  • PSY 483 Developmental Psychopathology (4)
  • PSY 482 Psychotherapy (4)
  • PSY 496 Industrial/Organizational Psychology (4)
  • HSTS 440 History of Psychotherapy (4)
  • HDFS 447 Families in Poverty (4) (online course with service learning in your community, Spring 2019)

Plus these courses available fully online in 2018-19:

  • PSY 426 Psychology of Gender
  • PSY 437 Motivation
  • PSY 456 Social Development
  • PSY 454 Cognitive Development
  • PSY 467 Political Psychology
  • PSY 468 Psychology of Close Relationships
  • PSY 493 Positive Psychology
  • PSY 498 Health Psychology

Most Marylhurst Psychology courses will transfer. In the School of Psychological Science, we have expedited articulation of the following classes. Academic advisors may not yet know about these new articulations, so please share this list as needed.

Marylhurst Psychology Course OSU School of Psychological Science Course
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology (4) PSY 201 & 202
PSY 308 Behavior Modification: The Change Process (4) PSY 485 Behavior Modification (4)
PSY 318 Cultural Psychology (4) PSY UDT
PSY 334 Personality Theory (4) PSY 370 Personality (4)
PSY 342 Community Psychology and Social Perspective (4) PSY UDT
PSY 328 Developmental Psychology (4) PSY 350 Human Lifespan Development (4)
PSY 365 Organizational Psychology (4) PSY UDT
PSY 370 Biopsychology (4) PSY 330 Brain and Behavior (4)
PSY 336 Abnormal Psychology (4) PSY 381 Abnormal Psychology (4)
PSY 432 Cognitive Psychology (4) PSY UDT
PSY 385 Interpersonal Neurobiology (4) PSY UDT
PSY 494 Internship in Psychology (variable) PSY 410 Field Experience in Human Services (4 credits toward major; additional credits count toward degree

UDT courses do not directly match a course offered at Oregon State University and transfer as upper division credit toward the degree.

 

If you have additional lower division required courses to complete your OSU degree, you’ll have even more options. Choose among fully online OSU Ecampus courses, Corvallis campus courses, and transfer courses from a community college near you. Below are two sample plans to finish a BA in Psychology. BS and minors in Psychology are also available.

Sample plan to finish a BA Psychology degree in Portland next year, for a student who has completed substantial lower division coursework including PSY 201 and 1 year of college-level foreign language.

Fall 2018 Winter 2019 Spring 2019
PSY 399  Psychological Statistics (4) PSY 301 Research Methods (4) PSY 483 Developmental Psychopathology (4)
*PSY 426 Psychology of Gender (fully online, 4) PSY 482 Psychotherapy (4) PSY 493 Positive Psychology (fully online, 4)
PSY 468 Psychology of Close Relationships (fully online, 4) *HSTS 440 History of Psychotherapy (4) *HDFS 447 Families in Poverty (4)
Lower division requirement, elective, 2nd year foreign language - fully online OSU Ecampus courses, in Corvallis, or transfer courses from a community college near you

Courses are available as hybrid courses in Portland, face-to-face in Corvallis, or fully online unless marked “fully online”.  The terms each course is offered may vary; the terms listed here are based on a tentative course schedule for Portland hybrid classes.

*These courses fulfill OSU University or College of Liberal Arts requirements. Some of these courses could be fulfilled through transfer from Marylhurst, community college, or another institution. Check with an advisor to see if you need take these courses.
Additional courses may be needed to fulfill additional requirements, depending on transfer credits.

 

Sample plan to finish a BA Psychology plus Certificate in Medical Humanities** in 2 years for a student who has completed some lower division coursework, including PSY 201.

Fall 2018 Winter 2019 Spring 2019
Foreign language Foreign language Foreign language
PSY 399:  Psychological Statistics (4) PSY 301: Research Methods (4) ENG 489 Literature, Writing, and Medicine
*PSY 426: Psychology of Gender (fully online, 4) *HSTS 440: History of Psychotherapy (4) *HDFS 447: Families in Poverty (4)
Lower/upper division requirements & electives - fully online OSU Ecampus courses, in Corvallis, or transfer courses from a community college near you. This could include fully online courses in Human Lifespan Development, Social Psychology, Brain and Behavior, Personality, Abnormal Psychology, and/or Cognition.
Fall 2019 Winter 2020 Spring 2020
Foreign language Foreign language Foreign language
PHL/REL 444 Biomedical Ethics PSY 482: Psychotherapy (4) PSY 483: Developmental Psychopathology (4)
PHL/REL 455 Death & Dying PSY 468: Psychology of Close Relationships (fully online, 4 PSY 498: Health Psychology
Lower/upper division requirements & electives - fully online OSU Ecampus courses, in Corvallis, or transfer courses from a community college near you. This could include fully online Psychology electives in Motivation, Social Development, Cognitive Development, Political Psychology, and Positive Psychology.

Courses are available as hybrid courses in Portland, face-to-face in Corvallis, or fully online unless marked “fully online”.  The terms each course is offered may vary; the terms listed here are based on a tentative course schedule for Portland hybrid classes.
*These courses fulfill OSU University or College of Liberal Arts requirements. Some of these courses could be fulfilled through transfer from Marylhurst, community college, or another institution. Check with an advisor to see if you need to take these courses.

They are examples only.

**The online/hybrid version of the Medical Humanities Certificate is pending approval.

The School of Psychological Science is working with Marylhurst and Oregon State University partners to provide information you need to make a good decision about the future, and ease the transition. For questions about Psychology degrees, online, in Corvallis, and through our hybrid Portland program, email Psych.Portland@oregonstate.edu