Electives may be any psychology courses not used to meet a requirement listed above (e.g., additional courses in any or several domains). Students may complete an internship, PSY 3990, as an elective course (strongly recommended).
Students may also count a maximum of two courses from the following list as electives:
All psychology courses taken for Domain credit must be taken for A-F grades. Psychology internships are typically taken on a Pass/No Pass basis.
5000-level courses are available to psychology majors who have attained senior status or have completed 7 courses in psychology including PSY 1330 and 3350; these courses also have other prerequisites. 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.