No more than 6 hours of PSYC 382, PSYC 399, PSYC 482, PSYC 489, PSYC 491, PSYC 492, PSYC 493 may be used in this major. Continuation in the psychology major requires maintenance of a GPA of 2.0. Students placed on Academic Review will be informed in writing that they are on probation and their records will be reviewed. Students who continue on Academic Review will be dropped from the major.
The Psychology Department offers an honors concentration that is a specially designed individualized mentorship program. Chancellor’s Honors students and psychology majors with ACT scores of 29 or higher (or SAT equivalent) may apply. Admission to the program will be on the basis of the review of the candidate’s application and interview by the psychology honors faculty, normally in the student’s second year. Any semester with a GPA below 3.25 will lead to consideration of a student’s dismissal from the program by the program faculty. The honors concentration includes all the requirements of the psychology major and at least 12 hours of honors courses including: