Department of PsychologyMS-B1805Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Robin Hornik ParritzDepartment Chair651firstname.lastname@example.org
The major in psychology requires a minimum of 10 courses that must include:
5000-level courses are available to psychology majors who have
attained senior status or have completed 7 courses in psychology
including PSY 1330 and 1340; these courses may also have other
prerequisites. The 5000-level course requirement may be fulfilled by
completing one of the 5000-level courses, each of which is limited to 15
students, or by completing an honors project in psychology. Although
registration priority is given to seniors who have not completed the
5000-level course requirement, qualified majors may enroll in more than
one seminar on a space-available basis.
A student should confer with members of the department when planning a
program for a career in psychology. The set of courses a student will
take depends on his or her background and special interests. Related
courses in other departments are usually taken from the social sciences
and natural sciences, but supporting work in the humanities and fine
arts is encouraged.
As a rule, coursework from other departments is not counted in the
psychology major. Exceptions include one of the above-named statistics
courses and Educational Psychology (EDU 3250).
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