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Undergraduate Advising

As a psychology major, the advisement period gives a student an opportunity to meet with his/her faculty about course selection, internship, research, and vocation goals. Advise in the Webster Dictionary states “to give (someone) a recommendation about what should be done.” Meeting with your advisor consistently and following the General Education Curriculum is essential for students to graduate in a timely manner. Psychology is a major within the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Please refer to the links below to find information about fulfilling the requirements of the College as well as those for the psychology major.

 
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