Majoring in Psychology

Majoring in Psychology



Students wishing to declare a major in psychology must:

1.  have completed the following courses (or equivalents) with a minimum GPA of 2.75:  ENGL1113—Rhetoric & Composition I, ENGL1123—Rhetoric & Composition II, PSYC1103—General Psychology, PSYC2203—Human Behavior, BIOL1134—Anatomy & Physiology or BIOL1144—General Zoology, and a college-level MATH course

 

OR

 

2.  have completed at least 60 hours of college credits with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75

 

AND
 

3.  complete a “Change of Degree/Major/Minor” form, available in the Psychology Department Office (O’Donohoe 122).

 

The Psychology Admissions Committee will review the application and notify the student by letter as to his/her acceptance or non-acceptance into the major.  If accepted, an academic advisor will be assigned with whom the student should meet regularly.  Students who have not yet been admitted to the psychology major should seek advising from the Pre-Psychology Advisor in the Academic Support Center (Mustangs Advising Center, McCullough Hall, 397-4684).