PSY 1902 Introduction to the Field - Directed Individual Reading

This one-credit course is designed for newly declared psychology majors. Course content will provide an introduction to the psychology department, an overview of degree requirements, a review of experiential learning opportunities, and discussion of graduate school and career options including subfields within psychology and related fields. Through lectures, guest speakers, in-class exercises, small group discussions and written assignments, students will engage in self-assessment, undertake academic and career planning, develop professional skills and learn to utilize available resources to advance in their careers. To register for the course, e-mail or visit walk-in hours (Monday-Thursday, 10 am-1 pm or Friday 9 am-12 pm in 3113 Sennott Square) with your interest in the course to obtain a permission number. This course is offered in the fall 2017 term.

  • Psychology advisors

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Course prerequisites

Be a declared Psychology major