Each Psychology major is assigned one of the Department faculty members as their academic advisor. (Follow these instructions to find out who your advisor is.) Make an appointment to meet with your academic advisor during the advisement period listed in the Academic Calendar. Use the resources linked below to help make your advising appointment more productive.
- Psychology Major Degree Assessment Form
- Advising Preplanning Worksheet (from Advising Assistance Center)
- 2021-2022 Core Curriculum Worksheet
- The Psychology program “Spine”
- Advising Assistance Center (Student Page)
Advising Notes for Spring 2022
PSYC 399A: Psychology and Cinema (Dr. Tomas Yufik)
Do you enjoy talking about movies? Now you can earn class credit for it! This course will survey and critically examine the major areas, theories, and controversies of psychology as they are depicted in film. Some areas to be covered include the historical origins of psychotherapy, clinical and personality disorders, schools of therapy, and social psychology.
PSYC 399R ST:Adolescent Development
Please note that PSYC 399R ST:Adolescent Development is, like all the “R” special topics classes, available only to students enrolled in the RBA program and is not equivalent to PSYC 342 Adolescent Development.
Answers to Psychology Advising Questions
While your academic advisor can answer many of your questions, another great resource is the Psychology Major Frequently Asked Questions page. Have a look there for many common questions asked by Psychology students.