The Department of Psychology has designed this web site to help you navigate your course of study within the Psychology major and minor. Here you will find, among other things, resources to help you learn about how to declare your major or minor in Psychology, fulfill requirements for the B.A. or B.S. degree in Psychology, careers in our field, and more. We strongly encourage you to review the information in this site and to meet with your Psychology academic advisor.
The Associate Chair of the department handles student advising-related issues that regular faculty advisors cannot address (examples include approval of psychology classes for study abroad or coursework elsewhere; evaluation of transfer credit problems; final approval of Bachelor's Essay and Independent Studies).
Please use the navigation links on the left to explore this site. If you notice any errors or dead links during your explorations, we would appreciate your feedback. Please let Melissa Calcutt, the departmental administrative coordinator, know (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks, and we hope you enjoy using our advising resources.Announcement: Major changes were made to the Psychology curriculum in the Fall of 2012, and these changes will have an impact on your future course selections. To learn more about recent changes to our curriculum (including new degrees, new course numbers, and new prerequisites), please review the resources posted at this link.