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Director of Undergraduate Studies:

Dr. Karen Gasper

For information on
The Undergraduate Program
please contact
(814) 863-1811
ugpsychupwc@psu.edu

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Undergraduate Office
Department of Psychology 
125 Moore Building 
The Pennsylvania State University 
University Park, PA 16802-3106

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Required Sequencing and Coursework

Many students are not aware that there is a course sequence within the major degree requirements. This can tend to cause students problems when they had not planned for it when studying abroad or taking a semester off for an internship. It is vital for students to understand prerequisites to courses and to plan for them in their long term plan schedule. Lack of planning can delay graduation especially since such courses as PSYCH 105 and PSYCH 490 are only offered during the Fall and Spring semesters.

Examples:

Prerequisite(s)Course(s)
PSYCH 100 PSYCH 105
PSYCH 100 PSYCH 200-level courses
PSYCH/STAT 200 AND PSYCH 100 PSYCH 301W
PSYCH 301W AND 6.0credits of PSYCH 400-levels PSYCH 490
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