Planning Your Degree
Declaring a major is a big decision that can be difficult to make. The academic advisors in the department of psychology appreciate this fact and thus are dedicated to helping new or prospective majors navigate their way through the many degree requirements that must be met before earning a degree.
If you need help, or just want to talk about the program, consult one of our academic advisors in the Psychology Undergraduate Program (PUP) Office (342 Fawcett Hall) today. We can be reached at 937-775-4155.
Common questions that students have about the undergraduate program in psychology:
- What courses will I take as a psychology major?
- What is the difference between a B.A. and B.S. degree?
- When do I need to take math and statistics courses?
- When should I start my psychology electives?
- What are research methods courses?
- Can I get involved in research?
- When do I start planning for graduate school?
- What is Psych Club?
Graduate Planning Strategy Examples - These examples were created to help you plan your BA or BS degrees in Psychology