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Department Policies
Students who wish to declare a major in Psychology should consult with the Chairperson. Psychology majors must achieve a grade of C or better in Introduction to Psychology I (PSYCH 103)  before taking any other Psychology courses. Students who are considering graduate school should consult with their faculty advisor before their junior year and are advised to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).

Pre-med Preparation: Psychology Majors who want to undertake professional training in Medicine or Dentistry should complete the B.S. degree in Psychology. The science requirements recommended by the American Medical Association and the American Dental Association for admission into professional schools include: General Biology I and II (BIOL 111-112, 113-114), General Chemistry (CHEM 101-102), Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 319-320, 323-324), Calculus I and II (MATH 103-104) and Physics I and II (PHYS 107-108).

In order to remain a Psychology Major or Psychology Minor in good standing, a student may have no more than 2 grades below a C and/or withdrawals in Psychology courses.