PSYC-499 Honors Symposium
This course is part of the Psychology Department's Honors Program. This course provides enriched research training for a small group of the most motivated and accomplished psychology majors. The Honors Program will provide students with the opportunity to be immersed in the research process under the mentorship of a faculty member. In close interaction with their mentor, students will complete a research project that will constitute a novel contribution to the psychological sciences.

Criteria for Acceptance

1) The willingness of a full-time psychology faculty member to mentor a student is the most important criterion for acceptance into the Honors Program.

2) Students should have an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher. In very exceptional circumstances, an exemption to this rule may be issued by the faculty mentor.

3) Students should have completed or be currently completing Research Methods and Statistics (PSYC 002) when they apply. In very exceptional circumstances, an exemption to this rule may be issued by the faculty mentor.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Permission from instructor required
More information
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