Are you planning to attend graduate school?
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.
Join MentorNet! What is graduate school really like? How can you make the most of your first "real" job? The CDC's MentorNet directory gives students and recent graduates the opportunity to learn about graduate study and the world of work by connecting with professionals in their field of interest. Relevant mentors can be easily identified by searching the database according to major, graduate degree, occupation, location, or keyword. Contact the Career Development Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a unique username and password.
Planning Your Psychology Major
Entering Major as a Second-Semester Sophomore (having taken Introduction to Psychology)
Spring: Statistics (PSYC 201), 200-level content course, CORE requirements
Special Opportunities: field experience
Fall: Writing/ Res. Methods (PSYC203), one lab course, one 300/400-level course, elective outside major
Spring: one lab course, one 300/400-level course elective outside major, cross-disciplinary study
Special Opportunities: directed research/field experience, peer tutor (intro, stats)
Fall: SMP or ACE elective, one 300/400-level 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)