Limits on Non-Departmental Advanced Courses

All programs within the concentration include an Advanced Course component. All concentration and secondary field courses must be taken for a letter grade.

Below is a chart detailing the number of Advanced Courses (ACs) required for each track, and the number of those Advanced Courses that may be Non-Departmental. Click here for additional information on Non-Departmental Advanced courses.

PROGRAM

Class of 
2008 - 2009

Class of 
2010 - 2014

Class of 
2015 and Beyond

General Track

7 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

6 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

6 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

General Track (Honors Eligible 
w/ Thesis)

6 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

5 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

5 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

Mind/Brain/Behavior Track:
Cognitive Science 

N/A

4 ACs (may be Non-Departmental, more possible by petition)

4 ACs (may be Non-Departmental, more possible by petition)

Life Science Track: Cognitive Neuroscience & Evolutionary Psychology (Regular)

2 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

2 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

3 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

Life Science Track: Cognitive Neuroscience & Evolutionary Psychology 
(Honors Eligible w/ Thesis)

2 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

2 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

2 ACs (may be Non-Departmental)

Secondary Field in Psychology

3 ACs (as of 2011-12, NONE may be Non-Departmental; 1 from former Affiliate Course list may count if taken 2010-11 or earlier. Contact the UGO for a full list)

3 ACs (as of 2011-12, NONE may be Non-Departmental; 1 from former Affiliate Course list may count if taken 2010-11 or earlier. Contact the UGO for a full list)

 

3 ACs (as of 2011-12, NONE may be Non-Departmental; 1 from former Affiliate Course list may count if taken 2010-11 or earlier. Contact the UGO for a full list)

Joint Concentration

Psychology does not participate in Joint Concentrations.

Psychology does not participate in Joint Concentrations.

Psychology does not participate in Joint Concentrations.