Transfer Plan for Lone Star College - Psychology
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science
(University minimum requirements 120 hours)
Core Requirements (Community College course work found on Lone Start Program Plan sites)
Students may select from 5 tracks:
- Cosmetology program plan
- Fire Science program plan
- General Human Service program plan
- Substance Abuse Counseling program plan
- Interpreter Training Technology program plan
Complete courses required for the Level 1/Level 2 Certificate in your chosen Workforce Program (AAS) at Lone Star College. Students can also take general education (core curriculum) courses required for chosen Workforce Program (AAS).
Upper-Division Courses (UHV Course Work)
- COMM 3325 - Advanced Professional Speaking
- COMM 4314 - Intercultural Communication
- ENGL 3430 - Professional Writing
- HUMA 4322 - Ethics
- PSYC 4311 - Abnormal Psychology
- PSYC 4314 - History and Systems
- PSYC 4320 - Principles of Learning
- 9 semester hours of PSYC division concentration courses
- 18 semester hours of Core Curriculum courses
- 12 semester hours for any upper-division elective course
EDUC 1300 is required for all First Time in College (FTIC) students at Lone Star College. If not FTIC, take COSC 1301 (less than 5 years old) to satisfy institutional
requirement at UHV. Students who are FTIC are still required to complete COSC 1301.
AAS degrees at LSC require at least 15 hours of general education (core curriculum) for completion. Students also need to satisfy additional core curriculum requirements to become “core complete” to earn the BAAS at UHV (LSC courses should include BIOL 1406, and BIOL 2401 or CHEM 1411). Students can take these courses at Lone Star College or UHV. Completion of ENGL 1302 (prerequisite for upper division ENGL at UHV) is recommended prior to transfer to UHV. Students should consult with an advisor regarding UHV transfer limits.
9 semester credit hours of upper-division (UD) Psychology by advisement.
9 semester credit hours of upper-division (UD) electives are required. Lower division electives may be selected, if needed, to complete 120 hours. (See Advisor).