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Junior Year Abroad
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Portuguese 810
Psychology 830
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Psychology 830 Honors Major Requirements  

Honors Major Requirements

Students who maintain an excellent academic record may wish to pursue the Honors Major in Psychology. This option is an enhancement of the standard major and requires, in addition to the minimum requirements of the standard major, the following:

1.A cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.4 in all psychology (830 subject index) courses including 6 credits of Honors Research in Psychology.

2.An overall grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.

3.A minimum of 45 credits in psychology (830 subject index). Students in the honors major are strongly encouraged to get involved in research during their junior year.

4.At least nine of the 3- or 4-credit courses counting toward the Honors Major must be taken at Rutgers- New Brunswick/Piscataway (01:830).

5.Satisfactory completion of a special 1-credit Honors Research Seminar in Psychology* (01:830:490) normally completed during the fall term of the final year.

6.Successful completion of Honors Research in Psychology (01:830:497) taken during each of the final two terms and full participation in the departmental honors program. (As an alternative to 01: 830:497, students who are sponsored by departmental faculty and are participating in the Mabel Smith Douglass Honors Program, the Paul Robeson Scholars Project, the University College Honors Program, or the Henry Rutgers Scholars Program may substitute 6 credits in these courses for 01: 830:497 toward the 45-credit requirement for the honors program in psychology.)

Upon successful completion of all of these requirements and upon the recommendation of the Psychology Department Honors Committee, the student will earn the B.A. with Honors in Psychology and the transcript will designate the student as a Research Scholar in Psychology.

The department also has an active chapter of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology.

Specializations

In addition to the general psychology major, students may have particular interests for graduate school, or specialized aspects of psychology such as: (1) Behavioral Neuroscience, (2) Clinical Psychology, (3) Cognitive Psychology, (4) Developmental Psychology, (5) Health Psychology, and (6) Social Psychology.

Students with one of these special interests may wish to select their electives from specific clusters within psychology and related programs. For additional information, see our web site http://www.psychology.rutgers.edu.

* The purpose of this seminnar will be to: (a) introduce the honors students to each other; (b) assist students in their honors projects; (c) assist students with future lanes for graduate school or jobs; (d) assist students in preparing for the GRE, applying for NSF Fellowships, scholarships, annd other awards; (e) train students to make formal presentation using PowerPoint and other software; and (f) proviide enhanced content through guest speakers that may include faculty, graduate students, or fellow honors students. This seminar will be organized and supervised by the chair of the Honors Committee or another faculty member designated by the chair. Mabel Smith Douglass, Paul Robeson, or Henry Rutgers scholars may not have room in their schedules for the additional credit, in which case, they could elect to take the seminar for E credit or N/C.


 
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