CHANGE IN PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR EFFECTIVE FALL 2019:
The psychology department adopted a new curriculum for psychology majors effective Fall 2019. Students who declared their major PRIOR to Fall 2019 have the option of completing the major under the current requirements (see Fall 2018 Major Checklist) or completing the new curriculum (see Fall 2019 Major Checklist). Please schedule a meeting with your major advisor if you would like to discuss how the new curriculum affects you.
CHANGE IN PSYCHOLOGY MINOR EFFECTIVE FALL 2019:
The psychology department adopted a new curriculum for psychology minors effective in Fall 2019. Students who declare their minor PRIOR to Fall 2019 have the option of completing the minor under the current requirements (see Fall 2018 Minor Checklist) or completing the new curriculum (see Fall 2019 Minor Checklist). Please contact Dr. Laurie O'Brien, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like to discuss how the new minor curriculum would affect you.
CHANGE IN PSYCHOLOGY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD MAJOR EFFECTIVE FALL 2019:
The psychology department adopted a new curriculum for Psychology and Early Childhood majors. Effective Fall 2019, the requirement to take PSYC 3180 Testing and Measurement will be replaced with a requirement to take PSYC 3130 Experimental Psychology. Students who have already declared their Psychology and Early Childhood major can choose to "opt in" to this new curriculum by contacting Dr. Jeff Lockman, email@example.com, and having him email their academic advisor.
Please note that due to the high level of overlap between psychology and neuroscience courses, there is a special curriculum for psychology minors who are neuroscience majors described here.
Declaration Form for major in Psychology and the major in Psychology & Early Childhood Education [Please complete it, and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be returned to you, with the name of your PSYC advisor. When you communicate with your assigned PSYC advisor, email the form. The PSYC advisor will sign it, return it to you, and you can send it along to NTC Advising.]
Students who desire to receive approval for classes taken at other university should first meet with their Academic Advisor to verify that a course is eligible to be considered for transfer credit. Your Academic Advisor will give you a copy of a signed Transfer Course Articulation Request. Complete the form and send it with a complete copy of the syllabus to email@example.com. You can read about Academic Advising's guidelines on transfer credit here: https://advising.tulane.edu/advising-center/transfer-credit.