The Career Development Center (CDC)

Located on the second floor of Glendening Hall (211), the CDCenter is a great resource for professional/graduate school research, career exploration and internship/employment opportunities.

Make an online appointment to visit the CDC!

The Seahawk Opportunity Network is the Career Center's internal job and internship database, designed to enable students and alumni to easily connect with local, regional, and national employers. Check it out!

Planning Your Psychology Major

Entering Major as a Second-Semester Sophomore (having taken Introduction to Psychology)

Sophomore:

Spring: Statistics (PSYC 301), 200-level content breadth course, CORE requirements
Special Opportunities: course-related field experience

Junior:

Fall: Writing/ Res. Methods (PSYC303), 200-level content breadth course, electives outside major
Spring: two 200-level content breadth courses, one psyc lab course, elective outside major, cross-disciplinary study
Special Opportunities: directed research, course-related field experience, peer tutor (intro, stats)

Senior:

Fall: SMP or ACE elective, one lab course, one 300/400-level psyc elective course, elective work outside major
Spring: SMP or ACE Senior Seminar, elective work outside major, cross-disciplinary study
Special Opportunities: internship as part of SMP, peer lab assistant

 

Entering Major as a Junior (having taken Introduction to Psychology)
Entering Major as a First-Year Student

 

Download this Academic Planning info as a pdf

Academic Planning for Old Curriculum