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Upper Level Social Psychology options for TESU

I am currently a Liberal Studies major at TESU. I am considering changing my concentration to Psychology. I already have two Upper Level Psych courses. I would take Developmental Psych and History and Systems with and Abnormal Psych with Coopersmith. 
The two Social Psychology courses SDC offers are lower level. I know Uexcel has a Social Psychology test. Are there any other options that I could use? Is there any way I could use the SDC options?

Thank-you in advance!

The options marked UL on my above degree plan should help.
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(01-11-2019, 11:11 AM)jsd Wrote:,_2015)

The options marked UL on my above degree plan should help.

Thank-you very much! Very helpful.

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