Bachelor of Arts in Psychology – 2 + 2 – Felician @ Middlesex

Onsite at Middlesex – Optional MACP Program

With an associate degree in Psychology or in the Liberal Arts you may earn your Bachelor of Arts in Psychology on site at Middlesex County College in Felician University’s “2+2” program. You’ll take upper-level psychology courses and electives that focus on subject areas in depth to complete your degree in two years.

Program Features
  • Courses offered at the Middlesex campus or fully online in 15-week semesters. Courses offered in the afternoon and or evening. Take at least 15 credits per semester and graduate in two years.
  • Middlesex graduates receive a 40% scholarship applied to full-time tuition (12-18 credits). You may qualify for financial aid if you maintain full-time student status.
  • Take advantage of all the opportunities Felician provides its psychology majors:
    • Join the Felician University chapter of Psi Chi International Honor Society.
    • Travel and study in Spain during the summer! Students taking “Psychological Principles in Intercultural Communication” during the spring semester will visit and conduct eld work in Barcelona, Spain.
    • Develop and present independent research in your senior year.
      Veteran students – guaranteed 12-month, full-time enrollment for full BAH.
Optional BA PSYCH/MA Counseling Psychology Program
  • Earn 12 graduate-level credits during your senior year and apply these credits toward both your bachelor’s degree and Felician’s graduate degree in counseling psychology. Save time and money!
Application Requirements
  • Completed application
  • All official college transcript

Two-year suggested course sequence*

Year One – Fall Semester

RELS 303: Religion and Psychology
PHIL 309: Morality and Pursuit of Happiness
PSYC 300/400 Level Course
PSYC 300/400 Level Course
PSYC Elective*

Year One – Spring Semester

PSYC 303: Statistics for Psychological Research
PSYC 309: Research Design in Psychology
PSYC 311: Biopsychology w/Lab
PSYC 300/400 Level Course
PSYC Elective*

Year Two – Fall Semester

PSYC 490: History and Systems of Psychology
PSYC 300/400 Level Course
PSYC or Free Elective – or –
PSYC 505: Introduction to Counseling Psychology
(grad course offered at Lodi campus)
PSYC or Free Elective – or –
PSYC 507: Developmental Models of Personal Growth
(grad course offered at Lodi campus)
PSYC or Free Elective

If you do not have an associate degree in psychology:

  • Before enrolling in program you must take PSY 123: Introduction to Psychology
  • Year 1 Fall PSYC Elective course must be PSY 218: Research Methods.
  • Year 1 Spring PSYC Elective course must be PSY 223: Child Psychology or PSY 255: Adolescent Psychology or PSY 270: Adult Development and Aging

OPTION: Combined B.A. Psychology and M.A. in Counseling Psychology

You may apply for admission into the combined BA/MACP program provided you have completed at least 60 undergraduate credits with a minimum 3.0 overall GPA (this minimum must also be maintained for the remainder of the undergraduate coursework). See the Felician representative for a complete list of additional admission requirements for the MACP program.