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02-03  LS&A Bulletin


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Departmental Information

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Undergraduate Concentration Programs

095 Biopsychology and Cognitive Science
744 Psychology (General Social Science)

Undergraduate Courses (by division)

455 Psychology

Advising. Students choosing psychology as a field of concentration develop an approved concentration plan with a concentration advisor. Students then assume responsibility for completing their program of study or for making revisions which will not jeopardize their graduation. Students are, however, encouraged to consult a concentration advisor at any time. A concentration advisor must approve the original concentration plan and any exceptions to the stated concentration requirements. Students should also consult a concentration advisor when planning the final term's elections to ensure that all concentration requirements have been met and to secure an advisor's approval on a Concentration Release form. Appointments for students are scheduled at 1343 East Hall, (734) 764-2580.

Peer Advising. Advising by Undergraduate Psychology Academic Peer Advising Program students is available at 1343 East Hall, (734) 647-3207.

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Department's Undergraduate Homepage

Psychology Course Homepages

Related Links

Department of Psychology Library

Library Guide to Writing a Psychology Research Paper

Psi Chi - The National Honor Society in Psychology

Center for Human Growth and Development

Cognitive Psychology

Neuroscience Science

Evolution and Human Adaptation Program

Social Science Information Gateway


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